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Surface Figure 1 Photographic series by Emma Critchley. Architecture Surface and turecul Emma Critchley and Greer Crawley Emma Critchley, University of Space is an ambiguous field where positions change, where Brighton, UK viewpoint becomes scene, seer becomes object, and where info@emmacritchley.com depth is the very reversibility of dimensions that unfolds with the Greer Crawley, University of movements of the body and that gathers meaning through the London, UK Greer.Crawley@RHUL.ac.uk significance of one’s gestures. Volume 2/Issue 3 Alan Weiss, Mirrors of Infinity [1] November 2014 pp287–289 DOI: 10.2752/ Emma Critchley’s practice draws on the experience of being immersed 205078214X14107818390478 underwater as a way of exploring notions of being. Through a Photocopying permitted combination of still and moving imagery she examines a space that by licence only. ©Bloomsbury 2014 is detached from the everyday, where the basic human structure of being changes. Her work investigates the way the senses shift, which necessitates both a physical and mental realignment. The focus is on the body as it becomes suspended in a threshold state between in-breath and out, internal and external, conscious and subconscious; held within a fragile, transitory temporality sustained only by the breath. The series “Surface” explores how the sensorial shifts experienced http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Architecture and Culture Taylor & Francis

Surface

Architecture and Culture , Volume 2 (3): 3 – Nov 1, 2014

Surface

Architecture and Culture , Volume 2 (3): 3 – Nov 1, 2014

Abstract

Figure 1 Photographic series by Emma Critchley. Architecture Surface and turecul Emma Critchley and Greer Crawley Emma Critchley, University of Space is an ambiguous field where positions change, where Brighton, UK viewpoint becomes scene, seer becomes object, and where info@emmacritchley.com depth is the very reversibility of dimensions that unfolds with the Greer Crawley, University of movements of the body and that gathers meaning through the London, UK Greer.Crawley@RHUL.ac.uk significance of one’s gestures. Volume 2/Issue 3 Alan Weiss, Mirrors of Infinity [1] November 2014 pp287–289 DOI: 10.2752/ Emma Critchley’s practice draws on the experience of being immersed 205078214X14107818390478 underwater as a way of exploring notions of being. Through a Photocopying permitted combination of still and moving imagery she examines a space that by licence only. ©Bloomsbury 2014 is detached from the everyday, where the basic human structure of being changes. Her work investigates the way the senses shift, which necessitates both a physical and mental realignment. The focus is on the body as it becomes suspended in a threshold state between in-breath and out, internal and external, conscious and subconscious; held within a fragile, transitory temporality sustained only by the breath. The series “Surface” explores how the sensorial shifts experienced

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© 2014 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC
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2050-7836
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10.2752/205078214X14107818390478
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Figure 1 Photographic series by Emma Critchley. Architecture Surface and turecul Emma Critchley and Greer Crawley Emma Critchley, University of Space is an ambiguous field where positions change, where Brighton, UK viewpoint becomes scene, seer becomes object, and where info@emmacritchley.com depth is the very reversibility of dimensions that unfolds with the Greer Crawley, University of movements of the body and that gathers meaning through the London, UK Greer.Crawley@RHUL.ac.uk significance of one’s gestures. Volume 2/Issue 3 Alan Weiss, Mirrors of Infinity [1] November 2014 pp287–289 DOI: 10.2752/ Emma Critchley’s practice draws on the experience of being immersed 205078214X14107818390478 underwater as a way of exploring notions of being. Through a Photocopying permitted combination of still and moving imagery she examines a space that by licence only. ©Bloomsbury 2014 is detached from the everyday, where the basic human structure of being changes. Her work investigates the way the senses shift, which necessitates both a physical and mental realignment. The focus is on the body as it becomes suspended in a threshold state between in-breath and out, internal and external, conscious and subconscious; held within a fragile, transitory temporality sustained only by the breath. The series “Surface” explores how the sensorial shifts experienced

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