Contested Spaces uses the extended horizontal of the panoramic image to reflect upon memories sited in space and experienced while moving through the city. The viewer is placed at the center so that the panorama creates a kind of walk, during which one can experience unexpected conjunctions of architecture, advertising, and physical artifacts of urban life. These 'walks' are sited to emphasize the collision of marginal spaces, in which everyday life occurs (what Henri Lefebvre called residual space) and the increasing encroachment of zones of consumption and control.
In later iterations, multiple image layers, text and audio will be added to the panoramas.
“Blue Industrial,” 2017
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