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Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)
School of Art, Design and Art History
The project speculates on the architectural possibilities and mysteries of miracle inhabitation. Luke 5: 35-43 describes a young child’s miraculous transition from death to life. The narrative encapsulates indiscriminating elements of the human condition. The descriptive Greek language, emotional conditions, and thematic elements of love and healing suggest architectural outcomes.
The architecture becomes a threshold to unlock the inaccessible. Not For All to Know, investigates components of the narrative’s emotion and language through representational devices and processes. Discoveries found in the process are articulated and translated through the architectural language of pathway, threshold and communal space.
The vision of the newly formed architecture derived from the narrative projects towards future cities and residencies. The original narrative informs a new architectural narrative. The miracle is inhabited and therefore multipliable.
Hannibal, Kara R., "Not for all to know: Translating the possibilities and mysteries of miracle inhabitation" (2018). Senior Honors Projects, 2010-2019. 534.