INTERVIEW: We catch up with Caitlin Mavroleon founder and director of Office Sessions

My destination is number 40, a derelict five-floor Edwardian building, a former Metropolitan Police section house, last occupied by squatters, due for demolition any time now. It is a stark reminder of the ongoing, controversial redevelopment of Soho, but for a snapshot in time the venue for Office Sessions IV.
The exterior may be forlorn, but as step inside the crumbling building there is a creative energy that blasts me like the heat from an open oven door.

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The London Open 2015 Q&A with artist Lothar Götz

As the work interacts with the space it always interacts with the viewer as well. In occupying whole walls , sections of rooms or sometimes even the entire wall space of a room they interact with the viewer in a sort of physical way, the works are different depending from the position they are looked at and therefore depend on and change according to the viewers perception.

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