”On Atmospheric Density” The perception of an architectural work is interwoven with the environment it inhabits. In addition to its spatial presence, architecture is further perceived on a temporal and emotional level. Defined through objective facts and subjective feelings, these attributes coalesce to form its atmosphere. The photographs presented for this exhibition materialize atmospheric density. They explore a set of architectural works whose conceptual underpinnings engage this phenomenon as a separate aesthetic consideration – drawing gravitas and meaning from the context within which they exist. Some of these works are presented as a singular instance – while some are presented in multiple temporal readings. All of the photographs invite the viewer to ponder the architectural subject’s contextual meaning captured within their optical stillness. They call forth the multi-sensory experiences and memories of an individual, allowing depth to be brought to the viewing experience.