We are fascinated by the sense of time passing that seems to get captured and locked into these scans and that the scan is a digital twin of an actual place but not the place itself.
Entry is a new film installation inspired by Brandy Row.
Built from local stone, these cottages have undergone various structural configurations throughout their history, shaped as much by the powerful forces of nature as by the hands of humans. Early photographs depict a building quite different to the one you can see today yet throughout time the doorway, known as ‘Entry’, has remained a constant threshold to the ebb and flow of community life and the elements.
Working with local company 4DSurveying, the artists have sought to capture a version of the building and its immediate surroundings, at this moment in time, using 3D laser technology to create a ‘digital twin’. The results are ghost like, ephemeral images, layers of visual information like huge futuristic 3D engravings which appear to simultaneously tie the past and present together in a mesmerising projection and audio installation.