“The space we love is unwilling to remain permanently enclosed. It deploys and appears to move elsewhere without difficulty, into other times, and on different planes of dream and memory.”
By projecting graphic shapes and photographic elements derived from experiences of past houses and the promise of function of a new home, I wish to display how an empty shell changes around the individual as he conceives living in the new space. For example, when communicating warmth and security, the house’s walls cling around the body, creating a personal armour. While at other times when we seek solitude, the walls open up to produce a feeling of the outdoors. New structures are fashioned when our notions of the home are combined with empty living spaces.