CASE STUDY HOUSE
Diptych, 42 x 56 in (1O7 x 142 cm) each, C Type digital, Los Angeles 2O2O


This case study house is at the crossroads of perception, both an illusion and a reality.  It points at a revised balance between what we construct and its relation to other conditions, specifically natural ones, in a quest to participate in an ecology, to be actively engaged with all processes flowing over space and time.  Los Angeles, as an idea and as a place, is only possible by maintaining the diversity of its environments.  The logic of real estate and speculation will only normalize the richness of the landscape, in its broadest sense as an inclusive context, into the monotony of colonial pastiche and postmodernist gesturing, all maxed out to claim all space in exchange for nothing.