We spoke with Rakhi Singh about spatialization of sound, her latest work and Manchester Collective.
“Professionally, I’m required to draw with order and accuracy, to be meticulous with linework and presentation. As a young queer person, however – my life, experiences, and community, have always resisted against these binaries of order. As I progress further within my career to be an architect, the UK is witnessing an expansion of homocapitalism and corporate interest in pride, and hence my urges have become to reclaim my time, define my desires, and discover my identity through drawing.”
Lizzie Osborne is a Masters of Architecture student, who likes to draw silly in their spare time. They’re about to head into their final year of education and are currently working on a set of 20 ink drawings for a zine project. You can follow Lizzie on Instagram @lordcardigan, or visit their website www.lizzieosborne.co.uk .
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