1. lasting a very short time; short-lived; transitory: the ephemeral joys of childhood.
2. lasting but one day: an ephemeral flower.
This installation attempts to engage with the notion of ephemeral architecture with a response generated from analysis of everyday stimulus that exists in the world around us. A vacant solicitors offices provided an empty shell; forms in space that no longer contain many of the more ephemeral qualities that once would have enlivened it. The transitory and sometimes imperceptible characteristics of light, noise, movement and data formed the palette, which through digital analysis, has been sculpted into the forms of the installation.
Just like the fleeting stimulus on which the installation is based, it too engages with the space in a temporal way and can be completely removed leaving no trace of its presence.
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Group Design and Built project in collaboration with Alex Antoniou, Edward Dyhouse, Tom Draper, Mark Ratke, Poh Tech Kang, Alex Brooks. Tutor: Wassim Jabbi