May 292009
 

All these photographs (…after ‘read more’) were taken with a fisheye adapter, and also taken without a cumbersome tripod. Its all part of my understanding of the cube and spatial experiences/installations.

There’s one panorama in particular that appears ‘wounded’ by distortion, although most of them have turned out nice enough. The low lit one in the basement (the first one) has turned out exceptionally well for the location. The walls and some of the floor had been painted in that cement paint and was quite monotone. See what I mean after the jump, you’ll need Apple Quicktime installed to be able to view the 360 degree images.






Further information about the show here:

http://cetld.brighton.ac.uk/projects/current-projects/cfap-99p-exhibition

99p show, brighton uk may 2009