Extraorthographics

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Each space hosts the copresence of what time categorizes as “past” and “future.” Responding to the work of Rasheedah Phillips and Black Quantum Futurism, Kevin Bernard Moultrie Daye presents EXTRAORTHOGRAPHICS, a methodology co-developed with Bz Zhang, which uses a non-progressive understanding of time, as well as architecture modes of representation to visualize this temporal copresence on any given site.