ARCH 280 / JOHN COONEY / FALL 2010
In the trickster threshold, the triangle becomes the base geometry. The triangles formed a fractured wall that unfolded opening a rift between the world and the realm of the trickster. This liminal space in-between illusion and reality is where a trickster interfaces with the public. MC Escher’s 1945 Doric Column wood carving was an inspiration.