Minnie Weisz’s fine art photography practice investigates the identity of spaces, recording and documenting buildings on the cusp of change in London and Europe. Alongside a documentary approach, rooms are turned into memory zones; a juxtaposition of exterior worlds and internal landscapes in everyday rooms in the city; memories past and present re-emerge, objects assembled in situ, space framed and then photographed. The rooms are witness to history and the shifts of time.

All projects are self-initiated. site-specific, an emotional response to place, perception, time.

Experiments working in the medium of analogue photography, video, film. Experiments in pinhole photography and camera obscura methods.