The hospital is a highly charged psychological space. There is a capacity for knowledge that on leaving, life may never be the same again. The building becomes a tangible, physical location of change, the personal encroaching on to the public domain. One must relinquish control of the passage of time to the waiting room, thus intensifying an awareness of time's duration. These transitional spaces exist purely to fill dead time, the time of nothing. Emotion is projected within, experience and memory colouring the bricks and mortar. The individual is compelled to reject the present moment and detach the consciousness in the timeless duration of imagination.
Richard Collins • Pippa Healy • Laetitia Kamayi • Reka Komoli • Katie Longley • Thomas Nicolaou • Anthony Prevost • Blerim Racaj • Catherine Sanderson • Jennifer Wang Lei • Huang Yu •