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The paucity of architectural representation in thoughtful relationship to time and experience becomes apparent when we acknowledge an overwhelming bias towards static methodologies. More seldom than not, the means by which we conceive of the spaces that we inhabit are derived from motionless techniques that do little to acknowledge the trajectory of sun and moon, the atmospheres of place, or the trace impressions of our own interactions. Currently, the written word and other allied arts come closer to Lund’s idea of “actual architecture” than architectural representation’s own conventions. One can easily argue that the techniques of collage are inherently suited to convey the temporal qualities almost completely lacking in traditional methods of architectural representation.