Sixteen urban plans.
One Xerox machine.
Yale School of Architecture / Luke Bulman / Books + Architecture
Composed at the photocopier, this book deploys the operations at hand (scale, darken/lighten, overlay, shift, blur) to create noise. Beginning with sixteen images of urban proposals for the heart of Paris, from the eighteenth century to the present, Noise seeks to provoke a new, messy and immediate dialogue across time.