As a starting point for my M.Arch.I thesis work on the notion of "unaccomplished performances" as a way to think about the ways in which we inhabit our built environments, I took timelapse videos inside a house. These videos were run through Zach Poff's "frame subtractor" software to call out more ephemeral aspects of the space (people, sunlight, and objects moving quickly) versus more stable aspects and slow processes of change.

The music is Etar9 by Moniz, courtesy of Beatpick. Special thanks to Drew Harry, and to my thesis advisors Danielle Etzler and K. Michael Hays.

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