Generally, humans like to leave something behind after they’re gone. I’m looking at architecture post humans; buildings and transient spaces left behind with no one to experience their original purpose. Do they remain visible once those who are meant to exploit them are gone? If so, how does their appearance change, if at all? We know little of how other people, let alone other species, experience the world around them. Through this theoretical exploration, the project also highlights – though fortuitously – sensory experience (focusing on sight) and the difficulty in communicating this.
Experience:Being HUMAN 2020/21
Archive:Moving Image Archive (National Library of Scotland)