The itching necessity to continuously travel within Europe has led to the development of an ongoing documentary and experimental photographic and moving image archive. These events mostly take place within different transport infrastructures such in airports or central stations, or on planes, buses and trains. These kinds of enclosures, architectures and vehicles form transition points and boundary lines between political borders and geographical crossings. The documentation has looked at how behaviors and activities evolve as people move between the distinct perimeters of designated ‘public space’.
These works began as casual documentation episodes leading to a more keen interest, looking into such spaces as a potential arena and platform for artistic interaction with public space and private institutions. This has evolved into experimental performance works, public interactions, discrete spatial interventions and collaborative projects. This body of work simply attempts to provide an alternative way of moving in these spaces and aims to work with an intersection of embedded social behaviors and individual will. The focus has been on how people behave and move, how they ‘kill time’, and what kind of psychological states are experienced in such transitional environments.
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Alexander Jackson Wyatt's current practice is multidisciplinary and more commonly collaborative. By using photography, video, performance and installation he seeks to find alternative logics through...