Exploration of alternative space through perception of the real and the illusory
Master of Arts
The way we see architecture, defined as the way space is organized, materialized and perceived, is questioned using the medium of screen images which make possible explorations involving the real and the imaginary. This is achieved primarily through video installations which create an "other" space where our conventional ways of seeing are inverted: the tangible loses its materiality and the virtual gains a physical presence. The subjective experience of the "other" space reveals a temporal and spatial aspect of architectural perception that lies outside of real time and real space informing us of possible new ways to form space.