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In the wrong matrix.
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#people #photography #london #glitchedout

In the wrong matrix.

Dull Doze
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Partying with Dafydd Jones - The Last Hurrah
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#dafyddjones #thelasthurrah #photography #photographer #paris #blackandwhitephotography #throwback

Hot dog Chihuahuas
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Partying with Dafydd Jones - The Last Hurrah
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#dafyddjones #thelasthurrah #photography #photographer #paris #blackandwhitephotography #throwback

This is an absence of colour.

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Through The Glancing Window
Installation Art
57'x36' / piece, 6 Sets
[New York, New York]
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Through The Glancing Window explores New York City's urban destruction and development. City development has caused 6 million tons of waste each year in New York. Construction and Industrial waste dominate the streets of the city. Due to the restraint of space on construction sites, source separation of waste materials is rare. Although New York has proposed to become a zero-waste city by 2030, no concrete strategies have been proposed. .
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The title, Through The Glancing Window, is taken by the small openings on the wall of construction sites. It is to reflect on the irony of city developers creating an illusion that the sites are transparent, but in fact, it is not at all open for intervention. As neighbours of the construction sites, people are only to remain to peek through the glancing window on the walls.
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The six pieces of textiles are created by silk screening with reclaimed wood picked from construction sites. Patterns that disturb the conventional perception of beauty are created. It presents chaos. The prints and colours resemble the mindset of our society where we indulge ourselves to be oblivious to environmental consequences to reach for the best, the grandest, and the fastest. The detailed handdrawn patterns are taken from interpretations of six different elements: mineral, ocean, floral pollination, wood, iron welding, and modern architectural form. .
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The exhibition utilizes lights and reflection along with ambient soundscapes curated by Alex Hamadey (SmallBroadcasts) and Ryan Casey (Kodacrome), the six sets of fabric surrounds its audience. The enlargement of the patterns on the fabric is to stimulate all perception senses. The exhibition is not to be in dispute with city development but to remind us that the synergy between cities and nature is what we should put first and also to restore faith that it is achievable.
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#installationart #contemporaryart #modernart #visual #lightshow #fabricdesign #textiledesign #handdrawn #textile #visualart #sounddesign #lightandshadow #light #pattern #urbandevelopment #urbandesign #newyorkcity

Cyborgs.

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Through The Glancing Window
Installation Art
57'x36' / piece, 6 Sets
[New York, New York]
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Through The Glancing Window explores New York City's urban destruction and development. City development has caused 6 million tons of waste each year in New York. Construction and Industrial waste dominate the streets of the city. Due to the restraint of space on construction sites, source separation of waste materials is rare. Although New York has proposed to become a zero-waste city by 2030, no concrete strategies have been proposed. .
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The title, Through The Glancing Window, is taken by the small openings on the wall of construction sites. It is to reflect on the irony of city developers creating an illusion that the sites are transparent, but in fact, it is not at all open for intervention. As neighbours of the construction sites, people are only to remain to peek through the glancing window on the walls. .
The six pieces of textiles are created by silk screening with reclaimed wood picked from construction sites. Patterns that disturb the conventional perception of beauty are created. It presents chaos. The prints and colours resemble the mindset of our society where we indulge ourselves to be oblivious to environmental consequences to reach for the best, the grandest, and the fastest. The detailed handdrawn patterns are taken from interpretations of six different elements: mineral, ocean, floral pollination, wood, iron welding, and modern architectural form. .
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The exhibition utilizes lights and reflection along with ambient soundscapes curated by Alex Hamadey (SmallBroadcasts) and Ryan Casey (Kodacrome), the six sets of fabric surrounds its audience. The enlargement of the patterns on the fabric is to stimulate all perception senses. The exhibition is not to be in dispute with city development but to remind us that the synergy between cities and nature is what we should put first and also to restore faith that it is achievable.
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#installationart #contemporaryart #modernart #visual #lightshow #fabricdesign #textiledesign #handdrawn #textile #visualart #sounddesign #lightandshadow #light #pattern #urbandevelopment #urbandesign #newyorkcity

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Through The Glancing Window
Installation Art
57'x36' / piece, 6 Sets
[New York, New York]
.
.
Through The Glancing Window explores New York City's urban destruction and development. City development has caused 6 million tons of waste each year in New York. Construction and Industrial waste dominate the streets of the city. Due to the restraint of space on construction sites, source separation of waste materials is rare. Although New York has proposed to become a zero-waste city by 2030, no concrete strategies have been proposed.
.
.
The title, Through The Glancing Window, is taken by the small openings on the wall of construction sites. It is to reflect on the irony of city developers creating an illusion that the sites are transparent, but in fact, it is not at all open for intervention. As neighbours of the construction sites, people are only to remain to peek through the glancing window on the walls. .
The six pieces of textiles are created by silk screening with reclaimed wood picked from construction. Patterns that disturb the conventional perception of beauty are created. It presents chaos. The prints and colours resemble the mindset of our society where we indulge ourselves to be oblivious to environmental consequences to reach for the best, the grandest, and the fastest. The detailed handdrawn patterns are taken from interpretations of six different elements: mineral, ocean, floral pollination, wood, iron welding, and modern architectural form. .
.
The exhibition utilizes lights and reflection along with ambient soundscapes curated by Alex Hamadey (SmallBroadcasts) and Ryan Casey (Kodacrome), the six sets of fabric surrounds its audience. The enlargement of the patterns on the fabric is to stimulate all perception senses. The exhibition is not to be in dispute with city development but to remind us that the synergy between cities and nature is what we should put first and also to restore faith that it is achievable.
.
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.
.
#installationart #contemporaryart #modernart #visual #lightshow #fabricdesign #textiledesign #handdrawn #textile #visualart #sounddesign #lightandshadow #light #pattern #urbandevelopment #urbandesign #newyorkcity

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Through The Glancing Window
Installation Art
57'x36' / piece, 6 Sets
[New York, New York]
.
.
Through The Glancing Window explores New York City's urban destruction and development. City development has caused 6 million tons of waste each year in New York. Construction and Industrial waste dominate the streets of the city. Due to the restraint of space on construction sites, source separation of waste materials is rare. Although New York has proposed to become a zero-waste city by 2030, no concrete strategies have been proposed. .
.
The title, Through The Glancing Window, is taken by the small openings on the wall of construction sites. It is to reflect on the irony of city developers creating an illusion that the sites are transparent, but in fact, it is not at all open for intervention. As neighbours of the construction sites, people are only to remain to peek through the glancing window on the walls.
.
.
The six pieces of textiles are created by silk screening with reclaimed wood picked from construction sites. Patterns that disturb the conventional perception of beauty are created. It presents chaos. The prints and colours resemble the mindset of our society where we indulge ourselves to be oblivious to environmental consequences to reach for the best, the grandest, and the fastest. The detailed handdrawn patterns are taken from interpretations of six different elements: mineral, ocean, floral pollination, wood, iron welding, and modern architectural form. .
.
The exhibition utilizes lights and reflection along with ambient soundscapes curated by Alex Hamadey (SmallBroadcasts) and Ryan Casey (Kodacrome), the six sets of fabric surrounds its audience. The enlargement of the patterns on the fabric is to stimulate all perception senses. The exhibition is not to be in dispute with city development but to remind us that the synergy between cities and nature is what we should put first and also to restore faith that it is achievable.
.
.
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#installationart #contemporaryart ###fabricdesign #textiledesign #handdrawn #textile #visualart #sounddesign #lightandshadow #light #pattern #urbandevelopment #urbandesign #newyorkcity #artgallery #newyorkartgallery

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