This intensive drawing course placed emphasis on communication through drawing techniques and various means of graphic representation. The point of departure for the first sequence of drawings is an existing digital model of a building precedent—here, Renzo Piano’s Le Centre Culturel Tjibaou—and analyzing the singular qualities of its composition through generative, measured drawing. The point of departure for second sequence of drawings derives from a short cinematic sequence from Jacques Tati’s film "Mon Oncle," exploring Tati’s careful use of polyfocal composition through both cinematic geometry and color.

Tools used to explore these ideas included Grasshopper, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator, focusing on the construction of generative processes to create populational influence from the agents of Tati’s film techniques.