Journeying a Non-Place, 2011 by Bindi Vora
Journeying a Non-Place depicts a nonsensical place allowing the viewers to project themselves into the scene. The process embraces fragments and builds upon a journey of looking, mapping and tracing unknown territories. ‘Mapping’ in this sense relates to ideas surrounding spaces and the trust that they will ultimately lead you to something, or somewhere.
The intimately sized prints are delicately cased to depict their fragility, but also an invitation for the viewer to interact with the images in a more accessible way, permitting a voyage of discovery, transforming the photograph into a map, a figure and a direction.
These photographs were taken during numerous walks through the many unknown streets of Paris.
Journeying a Non-Place, was exhibited as part of An Atlas of Places do not Exist, 2013 and On Landscape #1, 2014 and is also part of the On Landscape Collection. The project will be shown again in May 2016 as part of On Landscape #3.
Artist Publication, 144mm x 197 mm
Journeying a Non-Place, 2011 © Bindi Vora, Courtesy of the artist.
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