Title The Background and Significance of Post-digital Drawings
Authors 김정수(Kim, Jung Soo)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.6.131
Page pp.131-141
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords post-digital; drawings; perspectives; collage; Dogma; Office KGDVS
Abstract This study aimed to analyze the background and significance of post-digital drawings, with a specific focus on the projects of Dogma and Office KGDVS. Post-digital drawings emerged in the early 2000s and have since influenced the works of numerous students and architects. The theoretical foundation behind post-digital drawings suggests that architects’ expressions are not mere personal creations, but rather manifestations shaped by social, technical, political, and economic contexts. In this regard, the background of post-digital drawings and their associated characteristics can be derived from this theoretical background. The emergence of post-digital drawing can be summarized into four categories: changes in aesthetics, advancements and widespread adoption of computer technology, shifts in architectural trends, and the socioeconomic environment. Noteworthy characteristics of post-digital drawings include a return to history, artificiality, flatness, and frontality.