fabric, aluminium, optics
220 x 780 x 420 cm

Camera consists of two interlocking tents. One lies upside down and functions as a camera obscura. Inside, two mirrors turn the projected image of the surrounding landscape to make it appear as if the landscape has been tilted with the angle of the tent. The intersection of the tents forms the projection screen. The second tent is used as a viewing device.

Situated in the artificial landscape of Kielder Water and Forest Park, Northumberland camera investigates the architectural and conceptual relationships created between the interior and exterior space of the installation by linking the pictorial space of the projected landscape with the immediate physical surroundings of the forest.