Threshold, a new light and sound installation by Faisal Abdu’Allah and Charlie Dark mediates between the architecture of memory and the archaeology of personal experience.
Light and sound transform into a tangible presence through the play of shadow and whispers, luminosity and vibration.
Threshold signifies how emotional experiences can be imprinted into our physical environment, subsequently changing our spatial understanding and demonstrating that ‘even space can be poetry’.
Threshold emerged from a project in collaboration with Year 6 students from Shacklewell Primary School, Hackney. It is part of the tripartite Limina schools programme charting the transition of students from primary to secondary education. It was created in collaboration with A Space for creative learning and support.