POSTED: January 11, 2017 |
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Combining film and field notes to explore spatial practices

This short film seeks to give insight into a particular spatial practice. Through the use of video and field notes taken as primary research, I hope to raise questions around positionality, context, and geographical framing in how and why we measure and understand (time)spaces. Akin to more creative forms of note taking, and in awareness of the representational power of video editing to suppose a ‘truth’, I have attempted a ‘felt edit’ that seeks to engage with an emergent spatial character and present a perspective for discussion – one that I hope will provoke questions more than conclusions.

Camera/Edit: Mark Ball
Music: Nils Frahm – Them

Mark is a PhD candidate based at the University of Leeds, working within our A-Theme, researching the role of culture and cultural practice in urban development.

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