The Frame and The Room

Looking at the notion of the single image, I tried to test the compression of space and time into a fixed frame. I’m looking at how could the image show a 360 view without creating a distortion. This could perhaps be the achieved through selective deletion or subtraction from the image, as opposed to superimposition/density/distortion.

What is the capacity of the image? How could it represent time? how could the image show traces of previous versions? do we need to ‘adjust the canvas size’? do we need to ‘crop’?

The b&w vs. colour in the video is inspired by Memento, where b&w represents another timeline, which then blurs with the ‘actual’ timeline and alters it.

The following two images and gif show an impossible space in which the four faces of a box are laid out in a perspective view, leaving the box open from one side.

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