My architecture work is about distorting and reinventing the representation of structures that have surrounded me my whole life. ‘Subversion II’ comes from photographing the same building sixteen times on a single frame to distort the representation of architecture. This has been influenced by the way Gordon Matta-Clark’s building cuts completely recreate how architecture is experienced. Due to repeatedly cocking and releasing the shutter, the camera has moved between each exposure, leaving the image with sixteen slightly different viewpoints. The result is that the representation of the building is put under a lot of stress, as the process softens the sharp lines and break up the grids that dominate architecture.
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