Falling deeper and deeper in to non-place

A lot of my thoughts of late have been moving more and more down the vein of non-place and the idea of space in a super modern world. When does a space become a place? And when is it a non-place? A non-place are areas made to serve the growing needs of a sprawling humanContinue reading “Falling deeper and deeper in to non-place”

The exploration continues

The exploration of non-place has continued its journey through in city petrol stations. As from a previous post a non-place is an area designed for use by humans but is not permanently occupied by us, examples include airports, train stations, supermarkets and of course fuel stations. The original interest came from a photographic project duringContinue reading “The exploration continues”