ARP Bunker


The work examines the evidential traces of adverse emotional embodiment within a subterranean ARP bunker, Plymouth. The analyses of this decaying building resulted in the production of a design ordination database calibrated to map the perception of space and time by examining the interrelationship between body, mind and serial perceptual experiences.


By examining these mnemonic architectures an aperture can be opened to reveal an extreme mode of survival, whereby these forgotten buildings resonate with an intense memory imprinted with fear.


Lead: Dr Mathew Emmett
Location: Plymouth, England