'Exploiting perspectives; a harmony in chaos' explores the idea of a lived-in space. It fuses both memory and imagination to creating a 'dream-like' world. I am aiming to push the boundaries of perceived space through the use of incongruous spatial constructions, whilst building a dialogue between interior with exterior in a convincing yet improbable manner.
I hope for the spaces to elicit a sense of stillness, a peaceful and calm location of contemplation and thought. Looking closely at the interior rooms, there is a mimicking of the decorative details of an empty theatre-set design. The lack of figures encourages and asks the space to be occupied by its viewer, allowing the narrative to be deciphered by the onlooker. Studying the paintings one is inside looking out, whilst also outside looking in and so a person in the space would divulge too much of a narrative or personality. I like that the objects in the interior act as a footprint and suggestion of a person who had been there before.