Patrick Hamilton is an alumnus of UCT where he studied Property Studies and served as the chairperson of the UCT Photographic Society. In his work, he chooses to represent an under-nourished aspect of Cape Town aesthetic history; forgoing the pretty beaches, mountain views and human subject for the unflinching and undeniably cosmopolitan aspects of the city. In finding an analogue between the grainy textures that film provides and the exposed concrete of the brutalist skyscrapers, his work captures the power of architecture to serve both a functional, as well as an abstract, space of convergence. Here points are individuals and lines are relationships represented by the structure of their built environment.