Places at Rest

A photographic collection of urban landscapes built for the masses, captured at night in a state of rest, devoid of life and separated from their intended function. At the point of capture, the diverse light sources, muted sounds and vulnerability all contribute to the photographs aesthetic values. The result enhances a sense of unease that the viewer may experience when in these spaces. The photographs printed on Duratrans and displayed in a purpose built black room with no ambient light. The images were displayed flush on the walls with bright LED panels contained within the walls to provide a backlight for each photograph.

// Places at Rest
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