Building a Personal Roman Topography
Hilderbrand's research, exhibited under the title "Building a Personal Roman Topography," concerns a series of drawings, montages and maps of the physical and mythical city of Rome.
|After Cruyl's Pianta Di Roma: Antiche Come Moderne|
The studies are based on the vibrant traditions of topographic views and cartography in Rome, infused with his own imperfect, anecdotal experience of the city itself.
The work was completed during a one-year fellowship, the Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture, at the American Academy in Rome.