"... Place refers to either a location somewhere or to the occupation of that location. The first sense is of having an address and the second is about living at that address. Sometimes this distinction is pushed further to separate the physical place from the phenomenal space in which the place is located. Thus place becomes a particular or lived space. Location then refers to the fact that places must be located somewhere. Place is specific and location (or space) is general." - John Agnew, The SAGE Handbook of Geographical Knowledge (2010)
This installation is about the play between real physical spaces in public, our relationship with these places or objects, and what is created through the frame of the camera.