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Installation Site specific project "Conversations are thinking things", inspired by the film "INTERIORS" from Woody Allen. RHOK 2019

I once read a review about the film in which a strong link was suggested between the internal world of its characters and visual image of the decor and the way in was brought into frame.
‘Interiors’ is Allen’s first drama but his only film without music.
Researching the possible representation of internal thought processes, how they can be visualised through the use of space-defining (art) objects. And how does a space affect or influence our psychological state, what are the markers, the cues? How does a space help to tell the story of interior struggles, and how does it help make the link between two people having a conversation. What is a conversation actually? Seen from the interior point of view of one of its participants.