An investigation into the definition of space - the space that I'm in.

How do I define my immediate surroundings?

How do I feel in an enclosed space, in a room with a door and a ceiling, or out in the open?

In the ruins with their altered architecture the known parametres did not work.

Oddly shaped openings in unexpected places, gaps across floors and corners re-defined them as something
in between room and open space.

I felt strangely displaced, neither inside nor outside. Privacy was displaced, put on a stage.

At the same time there was something fascinating and liberating about the opening up of enclosures.

I cropped my images so that the openings in the walls defined the visible area in the image.