Minnie Weisz has developed a photographic practice that simultaneously documents the interior and exterior of rooms by turning them into a camera obscura. Often working in abandoned and forgotten interiors across Europe, each room is a reflection of a past in the present, a witness to history, the changing landscape of the city and the shifting of time. Over the years she has photographed camera obscura and made film work. She describes the camera obscura method as 'the key which unlocks a dialogue between interior and exterior worlds'. In this way two worlds collide, new spaces are opened up, each reflected in the other. The rooms become the eyes to the city.