Alun Davies’ praxis uses photography and video to document portraits and landscapes of archetypes and architecture of queer bodies in spaces. The context of the Covid-19 Pandemic has been a time of erasure, differential growth, and relearning. These marginalised bodies and liminal architectural spaces become an affective archive as reconstructions of memory and virtual co-mingling, transcending time through empathy and community in a 3D space utilising sound and video.
The project is a continual investigation, growing and expanding with each encounter. Building further details, connections, and critical memories. Having produced the majority of the work during lockdown restrictions, capturing a specific narrative of queer space and individuals in Wales and London in 2020/21.