Travelling space : : locating in-between : exegesis submitted to Auckland University of Technology in partial fulfilment of the degree of Master of Arts (Art and Design), 2007 / David James ; supervisors: Tina Engels-Schwarzpaul, Alexandra Monteith.

This art project concerns itself with the notion of travelling space as a continuous state of experience perceived by a traveller, in contrast to something that has previously taken place. Travelling space takes into account the physical movement of a traveller and also that of the space travelled b...

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Main Author: James, David (Author)
Corporate Author: AUT University. School of Art and Design
Format: Ethesis
Language:English
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Summary:This art project concerns itself with the notion of travelling space as a continuous state of experience perceived by a traveller, in contrast to something that has previously taken place. Travelling space takes into account the physical movement of a traveller and also that of the space travelled by a viewer - it reveals a dichotomy: that of travelling within a certain space; and the space created through the act of travelling.Travelling space is to negotiate thresholds of seeing, experience, imagination and movement. The travel, made evident through video-trace, installed in spatial arrangements within a gallery context project the possibility of a third dimension to travelling space - that of a homeless state where viewers may abandon the space created by video sequences, to travel a virtual space of their own making.
Author supplied keywords: Travel; Space; Movement; Third dimension; Motion.
Physical Description:1 online resource
Also held in print (47 leaves : colour illustrations ; 30 cm + 5 DVDs) (T 709.93 JAM) in off-campus storage, box 208.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references.
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