Thursday, January 29, 2009

notation2: hallway

In this notation I explored the traditional hallway as an architectural condition. The lack of natural daylight and dependency on artificial lighting leads to a displaced sense of time. This notation is influenced by CT scans by transitioning through different "slices" of activity (represented by light) over time. Throughout the notation, lighting alters the space as activities occur, thus changing how it is perceived.


  1. this film is interesting because of the use of “artificial light”. The film begins to tell a story of how light begins to bend, sculpt, and infiltrate the void, thus shifting our perception of the space. The idea that light is fluid, and when it hits a rigid object, that space begins to shift and morph.

  2. A video just posted, one of the finalists of the SMIBE competition which reminds me of this video.