Archives for posts tagged ‘suburban’

Samuel François

Samuel François Work from his “OPEN 4 BUSINESS” at Alice Gallery, Brussels. “Three words in red neon behind the gate of a night shop, OPEN 4 BUSINESS … for his second exhibition at Alice,  Samuel François  explores new suburban landscape. Leaving the metal door interface between the outside and inside, recurring motif in his latest exhibition, he […]

Emma Spertus

Emma Spertus Work from “Spirit of the age“. “Spirit of the Age is a new piece made for a group show called Shift and Flow, currently on view at Dorsky Gallery in Long Island City, NY. This piece is the third in a series of installations inspired by our relationship with 1980′s modern architecture as seen through empty spaces, like […]

Bea Fremderman

Bea Fremderman Work from her oeuvre. “The suburban nightmare pertains to placelessness. It is within subdivisions where individuality, desire and freedom homogenize to form a synthetic reality. As one dwells in this maze, a false sense of freedom delineates all that is true. From the confines of the office cubicle to the sovereignty of the […]

Xavier Delory

Xavier Delory Work from Habitat. “Our countryside (in Belgium as well as in many other western countries) is monopolized by one specific type of house called ‘clé sur porte’ (turnkey) (def:Urban prefab cluster of similar forms implanted in the landscape without any effort of integration). The cycle ‘Habitat’ throws a look at this type of […]

Louis Porter

Louis Porter Work from Cheap Flights. “To inner-city dwellers there is something unnerving about the seemingly endless sprawl of suburbia. But for most, home is that in-between realm of tree-lined streets and manicured lawns. Most Western-style societies have their share of suburbia. But Australians, more than most, tend to celebrate it. From Neighbours to the […]

Ralf Grossek

Ralf Grossek Work from the series Collection Functional Intentions. “The majority of our visual perceptions of the world around us is characterised by the attempt to functionalise our immediate environment. Due to the limited space in the big cities, we try to think up ways to guide traffic flows, protect property and privacy and provide […]

Anne Lass

Anne Lass Work from Geography of Nowhere. “The project “Geography of Nowhere” was photographed in the United States, where I resided the past couple of years besides living in Germany. In my work, I try convert my personal impression of parts of the US- American living space into a panopticon of absent self-situatedness. It is […]