Terrain Vague | Expectant Condition(ing)

Terrain Vague | Expectant Condition(ing)

Digbeth, Birmingham UK

We perceive human artifacts as an amalgam of sensory phenomena understood through personal experience and memory, rather than completely through formal analysis. This collage-drawing reveals evidence of time and its methods of construction; the urban block, and its accumulated history as it is lived and engaged rather than observed. Through the medium of collage, we can interrogate the spatial and material possibilities of this terrain vague as a construct. its voids, and their imprecise limits and vague definition.

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