MCH | BLANK

Official website for Mark C. Hewitt & Blank Productions

collapse
art projects exploring architectural themes

In 2009, Rowena Easton and Mark C. Hewitt co-founded - collapse - to explore architectural themes linked to ideas of collapse, ruin and 'the uncanny' and to develop projects that explore the relationship between buildings and human psychology.

Mark&Ro lo-res
Rowena Easton & Mark Hewitt. Photo by Simona Danielova.

collapse projects to date

June 2008

Dream Buildings
www.dreamlibrary.org.uk
An online collection of different people's accounts of dreams in which 'architectural' structures and interiors play a significant role within the narrative. The project - launched in June 2008 with an event at
Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, as part of architecture08 festival - has continued to inform subsequent work.

DB_aspexpostcard-front
Left: Ghost (2002) © Estate of Greg Daville

September / October 2009
Floor Plan
Phoenix Brighton

a strange house my voice the walls the silence featured textual fragments of dream narratives (charcoal on plasterboard), spatial interventions, a very small doorway and a river of copper sequins. Floor Plan - artists exploring our relationship with buildings and architecture was a curated exhibition and also featured work by Louise Bristow, Peter Bobby, Rosalind Davis, Jane Ward and Rich White.

DSC00252
FP00154
FP00164
FP00161