Itandehui Gomez will lead the Indigenous Computer Aided Design (CAD) Blocks Drawing Session with Relative Arts.
Creating Indigenous Representation in drawings and renderings of the architecture, planning, and designing fields. Join and contribute toward the movement of Indigenous representation and the Indigenous CAD Library drawing session!
This session will involve a brief discussion on representation in drawings and will be a working session for hand drawing and computer aided design drafting techniques.
Feel free to bring your personal laptop for the session. Drawing materials will be provided.
About Itandehui Gomez
I am an artist and architectural designer. I was born in Oaxaca, Mexico, and grew up in Portland, Oregon, where I got my bachelor's degree in Architecture with a focus on environmental sustainability. I later moved to New York and attended The Pratt Institute, where much of my research focused on Architecture in the Anthropocene. A lot of my work, both art and architecture, focuses on representation. I currently work at Caplan Colaku Architecture as an architectural designer.