The Fourth film shown Three Colours Blue/Liberté, looking at How Women Experience External Space, was The Infinite Fun Palace.
The Infinite Fun Palace
This architectural film project, by Sofia Kanarelli, explores the impact of information technologies on the way we experience our cities and perceive space. Spatial practices of today’s augmented inhabitants demolish traditional architectonic boundaries of actual space which gives them freedom to virtually manipulate their experiences through various ambiances.
Sofia uses film as medium through which she attempts to remap Greenwich based on her own experiences and memories of the area. Kevin Lynch’s The Image of the City was used as a guide to cognitively map and analyse the urban context – a context that consists elements of the actual city as well as virtual networks.
The film was made as part of Sofia’s Masters Thesis, supervised by Nic Clear at Greenwich University. You can see more of their work here.