Helen Mair

The focus of my practice through the MA programme has centred on the theme of perception, with the intent of exposing, challenging or refocusing existing archetypes of understanding or belief. I have explored methods such as immersive installations; data led designs and physically implemented digital interactions.

The final projected has centered on machine learning. Specifically exploring image classification in relation to the subjective of training data. Titled, Objectively Seen, the installation plays with captioning the audiences and showing opposing caption styles, one factual, the other narrative. The space creates a tension between interior and exterior spaces by diminishing the space but presenting visual cues of the outside world. Highlighting the concentrated subjectivity of an interior spaces in contrast to the objectivity of the outside.

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Helen Mair
Helen Mair
Helen Mair
Helen Mair

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