Interspace : An investigation about threshold spaces
Abstract: Threshold spaces often contain a narrative moment that holds both the past, the present and the future. It is ambiguous since it can both connect an separate. It works as a transition through spatial sequences, where it changes from one position to another. They thrive on spatial ambivalence and the expectation of what is to come. In my investigation, I want to highlight these qualities. By unfolding methods from photography, threshold spaces can be enhanced. Working in-between mediums such as photography, drawing and models. Transforming the findings into new space. I want to invite the visitors into a moment, going through, inside and around the space. Working with photography I highlight different parts to later take it further into 3D modeling, to show my findings in the image. After this translation in the digital world, it comes back to the analogue world again. Here it’s possible to work in a less controlled way than in the computer. So the method goes through different stages in representations from 2D analogue to 3D modeling.
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