Architecture of the photographic print: the spatial and dimensional relations between photography, print and architecture
Through photographic practice, along with various sculptural methods, (including folding and model making), this research interrogates the spatial and dimensional dynamics between photography, print and architecture. As a practitioner, I take on the role of ‘architect’ as well as photographer, as I consider the photographic print as a material for ‘building’, transforming and re-imagining architectural space and form. The research is developed through a site-specific approach to photographic practice, creating a direct relationship between print and place.
Research Degree: Practice-led Research, Full-time