Lucinda Webber: Through Closed Doors
Through Closed Doors examines an area of adolescence through the exploration of private moments in a communal living space. This photograph presented was a part of a series of nine images that aimed to have the narrative potential to imitate scenes that I have encountered with or been a part of myself, however kept behind ‘closed doors’. These moments include throwing up after a night out drinking, watching Netflix in bed with your significant other or finding out your room has been pranked in your absence. The location of these photographs was the University of Canterbury’s university hall College House, where I resided myself for the last two years of my studies. An underlying idea that has also been incorporated into this project has been the inability or difficulty to gain privacy in a communal living space such as a University hall of residence.