Alexandra Schoenberg left her career in architecture to pursue her passion for fine arts. Yet elements of architecture are critical to her work. Her art practice engages with two main ideas of architectural drawing- drawing as thinking and drawing as seeing. Using the tools of an architect with the force of geometry behind her, Schoenberg dismantles the codified ways we are taught to look at form and perspective, and her works are a hybrid between drawings and models. She often presents her drawings in boxes, and works in paper such as mylar and vellum as well as balsa wood.