Spatially Obviouskmartinf@gmail.com built meaning
At the miss interpretation from amount of sound pollution of Medellin, a beautiful young girl called me Mar D’León instead of my name. But it felt right, and didn’t had the urge to correct her.
A stranger still holds the power to change you, even when you believe you know who you are.
While I can’t have you, I long for you. I am the kind of person who would miss a train or a plane to meet you for coffee. I’d take a taxi across town to see you for ten minutes. I’d wait outside all night if I thought you would open the door in the morning. If you call me and say ‘Will you…’ my answer is ‘Yes’, before your sentence is out. I spin worlds where we could be together. I dream you. For me, imagination and desire are very close.
Map are a visual representation of an area—a symbolic depiction highlighting relationships between elements of that space such as objects, regions, and themes.
Sponsored by the Fordham University School of Visual Arts in association with New York-based curators d3, the Sketch. exhibition for 2013 seeks to investigate this discourse by embracing the full range and potential of sketching in conceptual design.
Individual work by Bradley Walters as well the work of nine of his students(Martin F. [spatiallyobvious]) was included in the work selected for exhibition from over 1500 submissions received.
Curated by Sandra McKee (Fordham University), Gregory Marinic (University of Houston), and Assistant Curator Ivan Aguirre (d3), the exhibition is currently installed in the Fordham University Center Gallery on the Lincoln Center campus in Manhattan. The exhibition will be on display from 18 February - 19 March 2013. Center Gallery is open 9am to 9pm, daily. An opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, 7 March 2013, 6-8pm.
In addition to the gallery exhibition, the organizers will be exhibiting a range of sketches selected for the show in an on-line web gallery, as well as listing the names of all featured exhibitors in a web gallery.
About the Exhibition (excerpted from: http://www.d3space.org/sketch/)