This lecture is talking about dimensions of fictional and real spaces, also figure out their historical and cultural context, perils and possibilities. We wanted to know what is the difference between ‘space’ and ‘place’. We explored from the home, so tutors had talked about what media or items make a home, such as a kitchen, bedroom or bathroom. Because home can represent ‘space’ and ‘place’ these two words.
We had talked about a photographer – Bogdan Girboven. He is a Romanian photographer. He took a series of photos about his building of other people’s rooms what they look like and live style. The most important thing what he found is he lived in an apartment in Bucharest like most people, but one day when he was helping his neighbor to fix the door. He noticed inadvertently all the rooms and all looks are same. This discovery gave him an inspiration to explore other rooms. He lived on the 10th floor, layer by layer to go down to visit his neighbors and photographed the room decorated with the tenant from the same angle. Through this process, Girboven to record all social classes of people and their lifestyle.
According to BuzzFeed, ‘The results show the range of different tastes in interior decoration, reflecting the personality and background of the homeowners.’