The exposition of practice-based research is focused on using moving image installation to reflect upon our relationship to architecture. Through a site-specific practice, existing architectural elements are re-framed, re-focused and projected back onto themselves — either through the content of the moving image, or the construction of the installation. The exposition considers what this series of works have revealed about the use of moving image installation to reflect upon our relationship to architecture; particularly the possibility of creating tension between the architecture and the image, as well as the self in space.
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