Prior to researching the archive and soon after Latham's death, Ligatus recorded the Flat Time House to preserve an indicative record of the artist's working and living space. The resulting spherical photographs are shown here with some commentary written by Simon Gould.
Latham envisaged Flat Time Ho as a living sculpture. It was a house, a work place, an event structure. He used a metaphor of the body to describe the events that took place in the house.
The face was the glass membrane through which one passed into the mind. It was the entry point into Flat Time Ho.
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