12 March 2013
Diploma 11 Unit Space, London
Traditionally, physical models aim to test the scalablility of a structure, a material or a volumetric composition. Their representation, through photographs and technical drawings, convey these attributes in a static state. The attributes are objectified. The physical process, the instinctive intentions and the time scale seem to have been lost.
Through the use of video, we have explored the possibility of a projection that has allowed for the sequential unfolding of the attributes and spaces contained within these models. Whether by projecting the model into an animated state or perhaps by projecting the viewer into the scale of a user, time, process and physicality are reclaimed.
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