This project was recorded over a 24 hour period in Trafalgar Square. I took a photograph every 2 minutes to record and observe the unseen flow and rhythm of the open public space. I was interested in the way people engaged with a specific ledge, the multiple, diverse and sometimes obscure ways people seemed to interact with it. The photographs are published in a publication, ordered chronologically.
Using the same photographs, I added dots to represent people, taking away all of the other information. I was then left with patterns that showed the flow and rhythm of this space in a graphic image. Although through the process they have become abstracted, they remain an accurate record of people's position in the space at the time.