Before beginning [a restoration] it will be necessary to search for and examine all that remains; to collect the smallest fragments – taking care to note the point where they were found. … it is necessary to examine the beds, joints, and dressing of the fragments collected in the clearing. … the slightest indications, even the way in which these fragments have behaved in falling.
- Eugène Viollet-le-Duc
A series of photographs exploring ideas central to Korrodi’s architectural practice, such as structure and ornament, surface and depth, and expressionism and abstraction. Composite images made through layering multiple photographs, interweaving decorative patterns with formal aspects of the photograph.