Eye Line competition 2013 - Commended
Luke C Pearson MArch
Bartlett School, Unit 4 tutor
He depicts three-dimensional forms in a manner that gives them a two-dimensional abstraction
Pearson, a BSc Unit 4 tutor at the Bartlett, lets his imagination run when committing his own architectural thoughts to paper. The judges were impressed by his depiction of three-dimensional forms in a manner that gives them a two-dimensional abstraction. Dunlop read the work as in the spirit of past master Lebbeus Woods, who evoked a fantasy world all of his own making. Pearson presents us with impossible structures suspended in a huge diagonal grid of cobwebs. Parker thought his images ‘amazing’, with Sagoo calling the ink and acrylic drawings ‘incredible work’.