Project uses the concepts of personalisation and territoriality so as to provide links with human agent, while accessing individual spaces of time and motion in the city. Observing how public space acts as a framework of life, I negotiate my relationship with London by personalising my movement path, commenting on the intertwined and inseparable nature between human element and space. Reshaping the city through my senses and allowing the city to shape me, I use different ways to describe the richness of stimuli, formulated by a number of heterogeneous capacities.
Through my daily commute I relate city vibrations with my body rhythms, taking into consideration the set of actions triggered by my movement against the movement of the train. The vibration created by walking is opposed to the vibration caused by the rail tracks and experienced by my body. I use this routine journey to study the sensory underload as the result of being cut off from meaningful recourses of stimulation. I explore the repeated motion through public space to define my ‘territory’ in London, investigating new ways of experiencing familiar surroundings.