VoyeurA series in which a space is recorded and how a public acts, not realising they're being recorded, within that space. The series attests to the comparative quality of photography; of being able to record a single space and view that space in multiple different times all at once. What is recorded is an interesting narrative which occurs naturally and would have occurred whether you were there to record it or not. The voyeuristic quality of the series maintains distance and allows the public to act as if they would naturally; the natural behaviour, of these passers-by, creates this narrative. All these 'characters' previously unlinked become roles in a short narrative; a narrative linking these strangers forever.
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