In an experimental session, contained within the sports hall on campus, we were instructed to experiment with the lines that surrounded and draw them, or add to them, accent them or otherwise interact with them; with only masking tape. This was the outcome:
We also experimented with the lines as a use of space; in that the areas of the structure used space, and that the space was of more interest than the structure. Thankfully this time we were provided with paper and pencil, which whilst making it more familiar, the idea of drawing the space was foreign enough to cause confusion.
Although after some thought I recalled Alighiero e Boetti and his work “untitled” from 1990, a graphite study of a chair in a ground-plan, which is accompanied by a straight up walking stick. The most interesting thing about this piece is that the paper is folded; in such as way that it appears to have been wrapped around a chair and sat in, Hence I folded the paper in much the same way; in that I pressed and folded the paper around parts of the structure before drawing my impressions of the same source.