Photo Credit: Garry Bartlett
I started to explore my home as a site. I began by cataloguing all of my 'stuff' looking not only at its history but also the relationship between me, my stuff and the rest of the world. Through this journey I wrote a script which I recorded in my flat. In many ways this process is related to my initial research proposal for the museum of the moment and future archives, however they have developed into more reflective pieces. In this case my flat is the museum of the moment, I have used my home space as a microcosm for observing change and time, the slippery-ness of definition. Though my style of writing is personal it is also expansive, continuing the idea that I was working with in STAR Radio; In exploring a very small space one finds the whole world there. Domestic Flights invites the viewer to wonder around my 'virtual' flat. click on any object and listen to a narration of it. In order to realise the project I worked with animator and all round genius, Garry Bartlett, who built my flat as an architectural model.