Intaglio Volume 3, 2021 PDF Contents: This Glass Thing:Empty, full, solid, liquid; an exercise in paradoxical thing(k)ingRhiannon Vogl 1 Architecture Case Studies:Beloved Mosque: The Wazir Khan Masjid of Lahore Sanniah Jabeen 23 Conversations with Caravaggio: Temporal disruption and the transformative role of the spectator in Caravaggio’s works.Grace Guest 33 Interiors that Conform to Our […]
Andrew Yin At New York City’s JFK Airport stands a building with large glass panels below a white concrete wing-shaped roof, giving it a bird-like appearance. Originally named the TWA Flight Center, this building was designed by Eero Saarinen and opened in 1962 as the terminal of the now-defunct Trans World Airlines (TWA). Although the […]
Interiors That Conform to Our Existence: Eileen Gray, Evelyn Wyld, Eyre de Lanux, and Sapphic Primitivism in Interwar Paris
Niharika Russell In the interwar period, Paris was the centre for Sapphic Modernism and was recognized as the capital of same-sex love and creative intellectualism. Numerous lesbian women moved to Paris during this period to pursue careers in painting, writing, design, and architecture. The city provided them an opportunity to live more openly and to […]
Conversations with Caravaggio:Temporal disruption and the transformative role of the spectator in Caravaggio’s works.
Grace Guest As a testament to the changing trends of Baroque art, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s paintings refute chronology and the linear order, allowing audiences of both past and present to engage in a divine experience. Many scholars have detailed the ways in which Caravaggio complicates time within his work. Specific works within the artist’s […]
Sanniah Jabeen The Wazir Khan mosque is located in the Walled City of Lahore, along the southern side of Lahore’s Shahi Guzargah, or “Royal Road.” This was the traditional route traversed by Mughal nobles and their guests on their way to royal residences at the Lahore Fort. The mosque is situated approximately 260 meters west […]
Rhiannon Vogl Breath comes before speech, before walking, before writing. The breath, as Jois notes, is fundamental to being, to knowing, to living. With the ability to control the breath, to hold it, to mould its rhythm, humans also have the power to control their minds, their thoughts, their bodies. Breath can also be used […]