Observations

University Project

2016

What happens when nothing happens?

The art of observation has been described as the ability to notice things, especially the significant details. I studied the Regent's Canal in Kings Cross to prove that through arduous observation, we can somehow deduct knowledge and findings.This research report showcases how observing the insignificant details, is another way of truly, observing everything. Observation demands from the observer to completely immerge himself in his particular space. He should be completely objective towards what he is seeing.

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