2000+ Years of a Georgian Room

Looking at the frame as a threshold and surface, I took a photo of a standard Georgian room and created it in 3d and in paper. The real, the virtual and the physical are then used to compress time and space into a fixed frame. Past, present and future come together into this frame which determines what gets recorded and influences our understanding of the space.

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One Response to 2000+ Years of a Georgian Room

  1. Fabienne Tjia says:

    I like that you’re cutting out different parts of the room, placing them in context and using the elements as a frame. Maybe as a way of getting to your 100 mark you can ‘dissect’ the room and think of a context/story for each different piece of the room. (rather than only time and place)