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A single-channel interactive video installation, Three Angles invites a personalised, intimate and direct engagement between an on-screen performer and a solitary viewer. The work stems from Parker’s interest in the relationship between perception and physical proximity and explores the ways in which where we situate ourselves spatially changes the physical, psychological and emotional interaction between one individual and another. Three Angles aims to create an experience for the viewer that highlights the sensory and physical connection between one body and another; questioning if it is possible to blur the boundary between the physical presence of the subject on-screen and the viewer, and by extension, one human being and another.

Solo Exhibition, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia, 2014
Sandra Parker (in collaboration with Rhian Hinkley)
Interactivity programmer – Pete Brundle