"By Architectural Residue I mean the afterimages, memories, senses of space, forms light, etc. ...that remain upon the departure of significant space(s), and which participate in the construction of
internal memory space, or an oneiric reality integrated into the psyche."
Vincent Caranchini, MFA — (Previously known as: Vincent Wojtas) Assistant Professor of Interior Design at Northern Arizona University. Previously Chair of Interior Architecture at Ohio University. Background in Painting and Photography from the Art Institute of Chicago (BFA) and Art Theory and Practice from Northwestern University (MFA). An artist interested in the geometric relationships of architecture, patterns, space and paintings. Visual work has been presented in both juried and non-juried exhibitions. Theoretical interests have generated an ongoing body of papers and publications.