Central to my practice is an exploration of architectural form and our movement through space. Ideas of observation and surveillance also surface, forming a discussion of public and private space in the contemporary urban landscape. Imprint explores notions of the uncanny, played out in the architectural space of the city through the subtle erosion of structure. The abstract compositions question the documentary capacity of the medium while displacing the viewer, occupying a space between immersion and unease. During the night, these structures stand as empty shells, illuminated by artificial light. Focusing on texture and surface, the absence of figures alludes to a sense of solitude that pervades the environment at this time, offering a reflective, contemplative interaction with urban space.
Emily Amesbury • Matthew Angell • Lydia Barnard • Scott Bradstock • Rachel Gaffney • Nisha Haq • Sarah Katz • Rosie Knightley • Sophie Rabey • James Robinson • Joe Rose • Rebecca Sharplin-Hughes • Davie Walker • Chihin Wong •