The project began with an interest into an unseen expanse of temporary happenings in space and time through the iterative creation of a drawing process that revealed this 4-dimensionality.
The first drawing was made from tracing the sunny spots projected from the rising Sun over a three hour period. As the Sun persisted in arching across the sky, the shadow was traced manually whilst it moved, creating a drawing that was skewed in time and space and thus allowing the observer of the drawing to see multiple temporalities at once.
A series of small experiments were subsequently executed exploring changes to different media through time, yielding mostly 2-dimensional drawings. The experiments and drawings helped me unravel and chase the complexities of the first drawing whilst also posing questions of their own.
When studying the site (Serial 20, a Ministry of Defence simulation village) an interest into reality and representation was struck. The project began to use these processes to explore and design a house for conflict from the perspective of a soldier moving through a real domestic setting. As the project advanced another conflict was brought in, that of a more social conflict, that of arguments at a dinner table.
There are now two guests who explore the house, one is a soldier conducting a house raid, where the building is an extension of Serial 20, and one is a dinner guest invited by the owner of the house. Using the drawing process and a manufactured drawing piece the building was designed experientially from the perspective of both invited parties and drawings were made as the relative observer moved through the building.