This Project builds of off a relationship between two other projects: 'Exegeses; a film exploring abstract spatial experiences' and 'Living Architecture; Plans and Sections.' The intention of the project was to explore methods of creating museum spaces that challenge conventional layouts and redefine how we interact with exhibiting objects of cultural meaning.
The relationship between these two projects begins to form an idea of experiencing architectural design through the process of understanding meaning when introduced to new spaces. The project uses numerous cultural objects that were represented in Exegesis, they are then suspended in abstract space. This space was inspired by the design of Living Architecture and creates a series of towers that contain these cultural objects.
By removing these objects from their context and encasing them in resin we begin to get a different sensation of understanding the semiotics behind the object. The resin also creates a method of viewing the objects where you can see several different elevations in one image, something that is impossible with conventional perspectives.