Project

Building with an Attitude

Time-lapse photographs reveal how an observed physical object sustains itself in an environment. Captured as two-dimensional images over time, they reveal facets of how man-made artifacts, such as buildings, stand with and against natural wonders. We are capturing photographically Frank O. Gehry's Stata Center on the MIT campus, exploring facets that reveal the interaction of the building with light and human encounters, as well as observing any characterization of the rhythm and flow of spaces that may resist a human story. From this data collection, we aim to incorporate technological means to extend attitude, so as to realize a building's expression of attitude.

Time-lapse photographs reveal how an observed physical object sustains itself in an environment. Captured as two-dimensional images over time, they reveal facets of how man-made artifacts, such as buildings, stand with and against natural wonders. We are capturing photographically Frank O. Gehry's Stata Center on the MIT campus, exploring facets that reveal the interaction of the building with light and human encounters, as well as observing any characterization of the rhythm and flow of spaces that may resist a human story. From this data collection, we aim to incorporate technological means to extend attitude, so as to realize a building's expression of attitude.