From a seat in the garden, observing a man’s manoeuvres, understanding his habitual gestures, movements, and body language. The project seeks to discover how a sensory experience can induce a human connection and relationships when we are currently deprived of this. Choosing a family member allowed a comfortable position to document and observe Gordon, understanding how he lives and works in this space/garden. Through documenting and sharing this experience, the moving image piece acts as a gateway, triggering idea’s of sanctity, familial ties and death. The microcosm of the garden Is a tool to think about time, body and the cycle of life when you cross over to Gordon’s reality. ‘A Seat in the Garden’ touches on class and lifestyle in British society.

A SEAT IN THE GARDEN

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