These images were made on the film sets of Babylon Five in the late 1990s. This project continued the move to medium format film, started with the Courthouse Series, specifically using the Hasselblad square format. The photographs examine ephemeral fictive realities created in film, the creation of desire around the viewer and the viewer’s desire to accept and assimilate narrative space. The images record facades made of simple materials that become a vital part of a complex story. The sets are built and disassembled as ephemeral architecture and design serving the film narrative. A special thank you to John Iacovelli, Production Designer of Babylon Five, for the invitation to photograph on the film sets.