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 Concepts of occupancy and intrusion are activated through performance and explored in body language and gesture.  A specific architectural arena is articulated for this work. An isolated section of a standard Dutch row house is interpreted as stage and crime scene; The Theatre Box. The space is deconstructed into a sequence of architectural elements: Door, threshold, boundary, stair and window. The psychology of these elements is emphasied within the performance through narration. The space is written; A ‘play’ of intimacy and control is scripted and choreographed (Occupant Vs Intruder). Spatial props and line-work are used to describe the dynamics of the space through drawing convention and scale. Props and line-work are set at scale 1:2 to increase spatial tension and place emphasis on theatricality in relation to the body.
       
     
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theatre box for finals.jpg
       
     
 Concepts of occupancy and intrusion are activated through performance and explored in body language and gesture.  A specific architectural arena is articulated for this work. An isolated section of a standard Dutch row house is interpreted as stage and crime scene; The Theatre Box. The space is deconstructed into a sequence of architectural elements: Door, threshold, boundary, stair and window. The psychology of these elements is emphasied within the performance through narration. The space is written; A ‘play’ of intimacy and control is scripted and choreographed (Occupant Vs Intruder). Spatial props and line-work are used to describe the dynamics of the space through drawing convention and scale. Props and line-work are set at scale 1:2 to increase spatial tension and place emphasis on theatricality in relation to the body.
       
     

Concepts of occupancy and intrusion are activated through performance and explored in body language and gesture.

A specific architectural arena is articulated for this work. An isolated section of a standard Dutch row house is interpreted as stage and crime scene; The Theatre Box. The space is deconstructed into a sequence of architectural elements: Door, threshold, boundary, stair and window. The psychology of these elements is emphasied within the performance through narration. The space is written; A ‘play’ of intimacy and control is scripted and choreographed (Occupant Vs Intruder). Spatial props and line-work are used to describe the dynamics of the space through drawing convention and scale. Props and line-work are set at scale 1:2 to increase spatial tension and place emphasis on theatricality in relation to the body.

CHAMBER_02.jpg
       
     
CHAMBER_002-03.jpg
       
     
CHAMBER_04.jpg
       
     
CHAMBER_002-02.jpg
       
     
       
     
IMG_8400 copy.jpg