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CUERPO ARRÍTMICO. La práctica de dibujar en una descripción sin lugar. | 2015 | ISSN 2340-5147 Prácticas cronotópicas//Chronotopic Practices HIPO 3


The following article aims to study the practice of drawing. They are the moving gestures, the image in its appearance and not drawings as particular objects that represent a known reality that are described in a “theater of action”. So the protagonist in this “theater of action” is an “arrhythmic body” in a narrative that also follows a non-linear order. Rather, for the description of the practice is chosen and described in more detail fragment. This imaginary fragment approaches through a series of views which together seek to present aspects of the experience of the action of the draw. This description features the practice of drawing and body and also the difference to approximate a practice, that of drawing, more through action and less through its products, drawings.

Keywords Body, drawing, action, personal experience, practicing cultures.


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Una buena amiga de Imprográfika participa y nos propone,

Design 1o1, un nuevo modelo educativo.

Μια καλή φίλη του Imprografika συμμετέχει και μας προτείνει το

Design 1O1 , ένα νέο εκπαιδευτικό μοντέλο.


¿Qué pueden tener en común una antropóloga de Sicilia, una científica ambiental de Australia, una arquitecta de Alger, un asesor de fotografía de Brasil y un diseñador gráfico de Bangkok?

Τι κοινό έχουν μια ανθρωπολόγος από τη Σικελία, μια επιστήμονας ειδική στα ζητήματα του περιβάλλοντος από την Αυστραλία, μια αρχιτέκτονας από το Αλγέρι, ένας σύμβουλο φωτογραφίας από τη Βραζιλία και ένας γραφίστας από την Μπανγκόκ;

Todas y todos comparten su pasión para el aprendizaje del diseño y de la arquitectura, tanto que desde el 2013 se han sumado a un increíble viaje al que siguen enganchados y cada vez más implicados.

Όλες και όλοι μοιράζονται το πάθος τους για την εκμάθηση του ντιζάιν και της αρχιτεκτονικής τόσο που από το 2013 έχουν μπει σε ένα απίστευτο ταξίδι στο οποίο συνεχίζουν προσκολλημένοι και κάθε φορά όλο και πιο αφοσιωμένοι.

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I am sure most of you have seen these drawings of  CAD (Autocad) called blocks that represent “happy” people and a certain way of living.people_61743

Some months ago HipoTesis made a call against this kind of graphic stereotypes. Enjoy it: Bloque03HipoTesis, Experimental Digital Magazine, in its last issue explores the architectural project from an insider’s critical point of view. Its Call for Cad-Blocks incites the critical gaze upon commonly used stereotypes reproduced in architectural drawings. In addition, as a result of this “Call for Blocks”, a digital archive of non-stereotypical blocks is being created and shared out to the architectural community. The project is being presented as a 36 pages booklet entitled Blocks Factory that includes 15 CAD drawings with their corresponding comments (CAD drawings + texts) according to HipoTesis editorial project. Read More