MAPPING INTERIOR ADJACENCIES
Keywords:Interiority, Interior architecture, Spatial design
Film and photography successfully mimic the way we occupy the interior. both give views to the placement of furniture, objects, and characters that move between them. Often small details such as a jacket resting on a chair or a glass filled with coffee or wine tells us if it is morning or evening and brings with it the element of time. These ephemeral details provide entry points into a narrative that we visually complete.
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