Books and publications:
Diagram Diaries was the first professionally published book that I organized and designed. I had been Peter Eisenman’s archivist for two years, and so I had an intimate relationship with the images and work within the book. The brief I was given was “no big shiny pictures.” I used the format of the book to explain something that had always struck me about the forms in the architect’s projects, which started off as platonic and immutable and eventually were coming in from outside, from science and art. Foregrounding diagrams made this visible, honoring the work and the underlying thoughts.