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Image Productions using Materials and Spaces


Mapping of Photographer’s Journey

Photographer’s Records

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Photographer’s Diary

A busy road into the city cuts across Hearsal Common, between a flat area where fairs are helds, people fly kids and children play football, and a wild area of wood and a rough field. Although the hum of traffic is audible in the woods, you are barely aware of it, because the song of the birds and rusting of small animals in the undergrowth drowns it out. There is a tiny pond on the common, at the edge of the woods, which has been restored and replanted with water plants. all through the dry spring and summer of 1997 its water level was so low that branches and other debris lying on its bed were exposed.

Vvulnerable landscape; Hearsall Common, Coventry

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In March, the buds on the flowering bushes around the pond are opeining. Althouh it will be some weeks before the leaves appear on the oaks, by March there are already signs of spring, as the first leaves, blossoms and catkins appear in the hedgerows.

In the spring, April and early May, the woods are full of bluebells, and the sun dapples the treetrunks and the ground with shadows. I never walk in the woods in spring and summer without seeing squirrels dart across in front of us and run up the trees to disappear among the leaves.

By mid May, the bulebells are beginning to fade, but the hawthorn is in full bloom. Its blossom, which in England I call May, has a strange, sweet scent which fills the woods.

The oaks have their leaves now. they are among the last trees to come into leaf, and the new leaves are very soft and have a delicate shade of green. As the weeks go by the colours will darken and leaves will harden. Although the bluebells are starting to wither, other flowers take their place, and the woods are never without flowers.

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By early summer the spring flowers have given way to the rosebay willow berb, and the bees are hard at work.

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Under the trees, the daffodils and celandines bloom some weeks before the bluebells reapprear to tell me that summer is really here.

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Autumn seems to come a little late to Hearsall Common. Most of the trees are oaks and their leaves stay green longer than many trees. Even when the leaves of the chestnuts and limes in the city avenues have turned to shades of gold and started falling, the wood at Hearsall Common is only just beginng to show autumn tones. But the berries are ripping- winter food for birds- and as the acorns ripen and begin to fall, to the delight of the squairrels, your feet crunch on them as you walk under the trees.

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Almost as spectacular as the spring flowers is the wonderful variety of toadstools which spring up under the trees in autumn.

By mid-November, even the oaks are changing colour, and under the trees the grass disappears under a carpet of fallen leaves and acorns.

In winter, when there are no leaves on the great oaks to block out the light, the thin winter sunshine can penetrate the woods and they seem very light and open. There is very little undergrowrh and I can see from one end of the woods to the other.


Mapping of vulnerable landscape conditions (Hearsall Common, Coventry)

Photographer’s Journey

Max. Temperature

Wind Speed

Wind Direction

Relative Humidity

15/Jan/2011 15:00:00pm

6.8°C

14.1 kph

SW

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9.2°C

16.8 kph

W

66%

15/Mar/2011 15:00:00pm

11.7°C

12.9 kph

SW

74%

15/Apr/2011 15:00:00pm

17.6°C

15.5 kph

NE

78%

15/May/2011 15:00:00pm

18.1°C

20.3 kph

SW

77%

Good

15/Jun/2011 15:00:00pm

19.8°C

17.5 kph

NNE

77%

Moderate

15/Jul/2011 15:00:00pm

21.4°C

14.7 kph

SW

71%

Very good

15/Aug/2011 15:00:00pm

20.7°C

14.7 kph

W

64%

Very good

15/Sep/2011 15:00:00pm

20.2°C

18.0 kph

NNE

53%

Good

15/Oct/2011 15:00:00pm

16.1°C

17.6 kph

NW

46%

15/Nov/2011 15:00:00pm

12.4°C

13.6 kph

NW

55%

15/Dec/2011 15:00:00pm

7.8°C

19.9 kph

W

46%

61%

Visibility

Good

Very good

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

Moderate

Good


This brief suggests that

the photographers are the medium that connect spaces and spaces. Design 3. Portable Photographic-Paper House site: Parks in London It can capture any landscape views on your journey when you set up the folding photopaper house to take a photo in place. The light tight house is considered to be assembled in a efficient way of closing the top part by designing the margins of each side of the photo paper and attaching light materials such as velcrow and magnets.

Locations of 6 Designs

Lost landscape site: Hearsall Common, Coventry The photographers who want to produce the photos back in 1920s time of Hearsall common in Coventry will use the settings which can create the conditions of that time such as wind blowers triggers and light intensity controlling devices. As well as this, the pinhole photography through the filter panels installed in the lost landscape set, will suggest unexpected and interesting perspectives of the landscape where lights and images will be traced and filtered.

Design 2. Portable Studio Design 6. Photo Garden site: Seoul, South Korea

site: North America lakes Agnes Denis is a photogram photographer and she travels around all the lakes in the North America to do research projects. she is the user of this portable photogram studio which can be hung from trees and the dark room studio unit will be floating on a river in order to capture the water movements.

This photo garden is placed in a central city town in Seoul where people can get interacted with artistic inspirations and perspectives. the leaves are installed with the self-orientated photo glasses with sensors in each branch. each of the panel will follow an occupant’s movement and rotate freely by the adjustable ball. this rotation of the photo panels will create amazing sky views in the internal space by reflecting through the glazed facade.

Design 4. Artificial forest room site: Tokyo, in a client’s bedroom This settings will enable to create the same conditions as the environment in the photos in his bed room by filtering wind levels and tracing light intensity. I designed the unit that contains a room to install the large fans with lighting to produce winds from the back and different sizes of apertures which digitally control the level of ligth and wind levels on the front side.

Design 1. Digital Landscape Windows site: Paris, in a client’s living room.

Design 5. Peppers Ghost Pinhole private theatre site: Portugal , in a client’s garden This private theatre will be designed through the idea of peppers ghost which reflects images of landscape views to angled directions using different qualities of glasses and mirrors. The projected images can be appeared on a piece of a glass panel which is hung from the ceiling or any surfaces in a space.

He is a regular client of the traditional photographers and replaces his digital landscape views of the windows in his apartment. The windows are being flipped by a gear mechanism and each of the screens contains different qualities of glasses which enable to provide more interesting spatial qualities in the client’s room. I particularly focused on designing a window unit that contains a room for rotations of the window panels and also can be slotted into a specially designed living room.


Design 1. Digital Landscape Windows “reproducing� the moment of the landscape- visualising Site: Ritz Hotel VVIP room 307, Paris

Site: Ritz Hotel in Paris

Site: Ritz Hotel VVIP room 307, Paris

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Key 1. Room entrance/ lobby 2. Bed room 3. Digital window control room 4. Bathrom 5. Living room 6. Corridor

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Design 2. Portable Photogram Studio “Reproducing� the moment of the landscapeThe photogram records of the landscape will be displayed in the internal space of the studio with the same amount of light exposure and shadow used for each capturing moment, by using apertures installed in the light tunnel. Site: Gravelly lake in lakewood, USA Site: Gravelly lake in lakewood, USA

Portable Photogram Studio on site

Apertures memory- reproducing the same amount of light and shadow

Using the idea of Tensegrity

Material: Black Polythene

Agnes Denis is a photogram photographer who travels around all the vulnerable lakes in the North America for her research projects. The dark room studio unit for photogram will be floating in order to capture the water movements and the

zipping- transformable and portable

Recording sound of the moment

Three direction aluminium joint


site: Parks in London It can capture any landscape views on your journey when you set up the folding photo-paper house to take a photo in place. The light tight house is considered to be assembled in a efficient way of closing the top part by designing the margins of each side of the photo paper and attaching light materials such as velcrow and magnets.

Designing for margins of each side of the photo paper and attaching light materials such as velcrow and strips of magnets.

Test 1. Problems- too big aperture and too long exposure time Test 2. Problems- less exposed time but still too much light in

An alternative way of light lock- Zipping I looked at the G-star vest designed by Ron Arad who used a special technique to zip the fabrics and transform them into a different form.


Design 3. Portable Photographic Paper House

“Reproducing” the moment of the landscape-

joined together and re-constructed to become a shelter creating the reproduced environment for the new photo houses’

All of the used and developed photographic paper houses can be

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Madrid workshop: Cosy Parametrics Design 4. Artificial forest room Reproducing the moment of the landscapeThe changing moment is being controlled by the set of filtering systems of light intensity and wind levels in the space where people can interact with the environment.

The parametrics determine the openings in the structure which govern how light is introduced inside the room, and the wind level is controlled by the occupant’s interaction.

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Design 5. Chanel Landscape TheatrePeppers Ghost

Design 5. Chanel Landscape Theatre“Reproducing” the moment of Peppers Ghost the landscapeprojecting and refl ecting “Reproducing” the moment of Site: Chanel flagship store in Paris

Programme: Chanel Landscape Catwalk Stage, Paris

Site: Chanel flagship store in Paris

Programme: Chanel Landscape Catwalk Stage, Paris

the landscapeprojecting and reflecting

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Theatrical event- landscape images are projected over the 5times enlarged model view

Peppers Ghost- old theatrical technique using reflections

Microcosmos

Theatrical event- landscape images are projected over the 5times enlarged model view


Design 6. Photo Garden Site: Kaung-Hwa-Mun Square in Seoul, South Korea

Counter-floor 20mm (plywood) Underfloor heating 25mm

Site: Kaung-Hwa-Mun Square in Seoul, South Korea

Wooden floor boards 15mm Impact sound insulation 25mm

“reproducing” the moment of the landscape- creating

constantly moving views making a live scene i.e. sky view of 21st of Oct 2008 14:32pm

Ply membrane 6mm Waterproof layer This photo garden is placed in a central square in Seoul where people can get interacted with artistic inspirations and perspectives. The leaves are installed with the self-orientated photo glasses in each branch. Each of the panel will follow an occupant’s movement and rotate freely by the adjustable ball. This rotation of the photo panel leaves connected to the branches will create constantly moving views making a live scene as if the leaves are blown by wind in the vulnerable landscape. -Photo facade: the landscape photos will be attached on glazing panels of the facade being a part of the city and making awareness of nature.

Waterproof layer Felt 6m Plywood Glulam 600x200

Batten

Photographic panel

Fibres connected to battens on the facade

Fibres going through penetrated skin


Design 6. Photo Garden Site: Kaung-Hwa-Mun Square in Seoul, South Korea

Design 6. Photo Garden

Counter-floor 20mm (plywood)

Site: Kaung-Hwa-Mun Square in Seoul, South Korea

Underfloor heating 25mm Wooden floor boards 15mm Impact sound insulation 25mm

Site: Kaung-Hwa-Mun Square in Seoul, South Korea

“reproducing” the moment of the landscape- creating constantly moving views making a live scene i.e. sky view of 21st of Oct 2008 14:32pm

Fibres connected to battens on the facade This photo garden is placed in a central square in Seoul where people can get interacted with artistic inspirations and perspectives. The leaves are installed with the self-orientated photo glasses in each branch. Each of the panel will follow an occupant’s movement and rotate freely by the adjustable ball. This rotation of the photo panel leaves connected to the branches will create constantly moving views making a live scene as if the leaves are blown by wind in the vulnerable landscape.

Reproducing the moment of the landscapecreating constantly moving views making a live scene

Ply membrane 6mm Waterproof layer Waterproof layer Felt 6m Plywood

-Photo facade: the landscape photos will be attached on glazing panels of the facade being a part of the city and making awareness of nature.

Glulam 600x200

Fibres going through penetrated skin

Batten

Photographic panel

i.e. sky view of 21st of Oct 2008 14:32pm

This photo garden is placed in a central square in Seoul where people can get interacted with artistic inspirations and perspectives. The leaves are installed with the self-orientated photo glasses in each branch. Each of the panel will follow an occupant’s movement and rotate freely by the adjustable ball. This rotation of the photo panel leaves connected to the branches will cre -ate constantly moving views making a live scene as if the leaves are blown by wind in the vu -lnerable landscape.

Fibres connected to battens on the facade

-Photo facade: the landscape photos will be attached on glazing panels of the facade being a part of the city and making awareness of nature.

Fibres going through penetrated skin

Exploded 3d section

Double layers of frames and panels

Elevation scale 1:100

Autumn

Spring/ Summer

BAMBOO FRAMES IN DOUBLE LAYERS

OUTER SEMI-PHOTOGRAPHIC MIRROR PANELS

INNER SEMI-PHOTOGRAPHIC MIRROR PANELS


Site:Ulsan, South Korea

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