work is articulated around a reflection on pre-conceptions associated
with buildings, objects and space. The perceptually disorientating
anthropomorphic aspect of architecture with its fixtures and fittings.
Altering the status of the everyday through representation and
questioning what lies behind the falsity of surface appearance.
The duality in the sense of strangeness and familiarity evoked by
buildings.Unpeopled places with an emphasis on spatial presentations,
dimensions and interaction of objects.
Research for 'room-travel' began with the book 'A Journey Around My
by 19th century philosopher Xavier de Maistre. The book suggests that
take a holiday in your home by looking at it with fresh eyes.
Room-travel the author says may be "particularly suited to the
afraid of storms, robberies and high cliffs".