The project explores the notion of landscape in relation to a collection of artefacts to question the ground of the museum. The artefacts’ scale texture and proximity to each other contemporarily question the way we perceive as well as the way we represent.
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We think and see through objects of different forms, scales and materials. Contemporarily as individuals and architects we unconsciously carve our own identity in every act and every artefact whilst simultaneously every artefact and act carve ours.
Through the metaphorical frame of the window we are able to see/perceive, to then collect and represent through the physical frame of the paper. As such the translation from the viewed landscape to the tangible becomes an interpretation rather than representation. The object as a portrait of our perception.