Stasis and motion is a short film that documents a small part of the everyday, lasting 2 minuets, the film follows myself on a routine journey from home to the university. The research intention for this film is to explore and analyze the way in which we interact with our environment as we pass through the landscape. Furthermore, I intend to highlight architectural occurrences that hinder and obstruct our perception of motion through varying perspectives. The relationship of these varying perspectives is represented by three sub categories that are displayed throughout the film. The three sub categories create a triangular formation with respect to each other that allows us to reach a center point of reliable information. Each sub category is later analyzed and cross references with each other, creating the data required to highlight how our movement is effected.