'Unfixed Landscape' - Is it possible to define 'place' through artistic practice?

Ruby Wallis
This exposition takes the form of a series of experimental and philosophical attempts to represent place through film, photography and drawing. The research is devised through the frame of the self-reflexive auto-ethnographer. I have identified three methodological approaches that question fixed notions of self. The argument is whether it is possible to represent a place without its representation becoming a ‘fixed’ view; and the evasion and determination of a definition of 'place' becomes apparent throughout the body of this research.