Rachael Clarke 



This piece deals with the physical dislocation evoked by the conference hotel experience. The movement between rooms, spaces and venues necessitates a personal encounter with the labyrinthine structure of the vast hotel hyper-space, where one is required to walk through seemingly endless long wide corridors, go up and down in brightly-lit glass elevators and escalators, and through tunnels and by-passes to yet more rooms and halls of connected activities and events. This piece explores the particular sense of disorientation and anxiety that the conference spaces evoke.

KEY WORDS: 3d, animation, disorientation, anxiety, dislocation, hotel hyper-space, labyrinthine, brightly-lit, elevators, corridors, tunnels, by-passes