MA Fine Art
Humans and all their constructs are interdependent and ephemeral
by nature. With this piece of work Cass Woodland is examining this
relative ephemerism by means of multiple exposure. The multiple
exposures combine the several ephemeral entities into one frame.
Each entity’s position in time and space is captured at the moment
of exposure and represents the fleeting passage of humans against
the more durable edifice. The people and the building are
co-dependent, without people to construct and then care for the
building, it would decay; in return people receive shelter and a
place to evolve and thrive protected by it.