This is a series of collages I developed as part of a self-published zine. It expresses my continuous fascination with phenomenoloy in architecture- the abstraction of our senses and their relation to physical and metaphysical space.
The text that accompanied the images is extracted from Jeremy Bentham, Miran Božovič, ‘The Panopticon Writings’, first published 1791:
“Bodies are real entities. Surfaces and lines are but fictitious entities. A surface without depth, a line without thickness, was never seen by any man; no; nor can any conception be seriously formed of its existence.”