Glynde Place: transparency/opacity

Posted by carlotta on Tuesday June 18th, 2013 at 7:48am

Throughout the time I spent at Glynde Place, I was fascinated by the ever-changing qualities of light in the house. This group of photographs is about the way that light was obscured, reflected off and shone through the many differing surfaces in the house. Building materials, in the form of a variety of plastic sheeting, provided some beautiful filtering.

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