DRIFT

This work aims to consider how, in the compositional image, there is an uncertainty of what the viewer is looking at until a figure comes into the shot. I began to question if the viewer will crave this encounter? The repetition of the piece, the close-up shots and the long shots of the action are fundamentally different which questions the way in which composition and movement change the work from the previous static idea of Daylight Saving Time.

In reflection I thought about the gap between my intention and the image and the significance/insignificance of action. The walking became a manner in which to investigate how time is linked with movement, and the concept of my own body in movement. Ultimately the work made me question if I am capturing an action in technological form? The work was then projected to a small scale which further attempted to intrigue the viewer.

Skills: DRIFT