Folded River explores the concept of the mirrored image, both in the medium of film and the corresponding architecture that captures it. The projection of the mirrored river slowly converges towards the folded center of the screen, accentuated by the geometry on the pavilion itself. The screen is perforated and expanded in its horizontal dimension thereby transforming the projected image into a three dimensional experience. One walks through this expanded screen and the projected image leaks through the perforations mapping the human body’s movements. Each circle of light constantly changes colour and hue as the film continues. The experience of Folded River is dual: one in which the film can be seen in its entirety amplified by the folded architecture, and secondly through an internal experience in which the observer becomes immersed into fragments of the film itself.