James Bouché

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James Bouché

Work from Not Yet In Ruin

“Throughout history, man has erected monuments to stand as physical manifestations of memories and ideals. They are constructed with the notion that so long as they stand, what they represent will not be forgotten. This work studies the formal structure and ominous presence these objects and spaces have when they are stripped of their familiarity and purpose.”

via Springsteen

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