On the front of a large wooden structure is a heavy door, which is secured with many latches, padlocks and bolts. CCTV security cameras are mounted on the structure and trailing from the cameras are leads connected to four video monitors. The monitors appear to display the inside of the container, showing from multiple angles, grainy images of a cell-like space inhabited by a solitary person.
As the viewer explores the room further and makes their way around the cables and monitors, they find that the rear side of the wooden structure is completely open – the structure is empty.
Inside/Out is an installation which explores ideas around perception, imagination and the fear of the unknown.
Funded by the Arts Trust Scotland, Creative Scotland and Edinburgh Council.