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Alexandra Ranner

"Ranner’s impenetrable interior models radiate an oppressive aura of alienation and isolation, which she heightens by erecting them as free-standing constructions. Consequently, visitors can only view the interiors from the outside – as if they were looking at paintings. The spaces are reminiscent of sets where a scene has just been played out, or is about to begin. This makes for a theatrical feel. But because the interiors are completely devoid of distinguishing personal features, they are also utterly anonymous – much as most hotel rooms are. Through her installations, Ranner exposes a typically modern void: the loneliness resulting from detachment."

My current work from the show i did in Bargate Monument Gallery Southampton. It was a group show with other students from 2nd year at Solent. My work is about loss and these are prints of photographs that i had burned and destroyed placed into destroyed frames and placed on a nice clean shelf.

My current work from the show i did in Bargate Monument Gallery Southampton. It was a group show with other students from 2nd year at Solent. My work is about loss and these are prints of photographs that i had burned and destroyed placed into destroyed frames and placed on a nice clean shelf.

Doing cyan typography today.

Doing cyan typography today.

My new images.. working on the idea of loss.

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The Work I am currently working on… it is about loss. Loss of Family, Loss of friendship. Here I have taken some photos and used the idea of getting rid of your memories by burning them.

The Work I am currently working on… it is about loss. Loss of Family, Loss of friendship. Here I have taken some photos and used the idea of getting rid of your memories by burning them.

likeafieldmouse:

Roland Tiangco - Dirt Poster (2011)

The back of the poster is covered with a fine black dust which, when rubbed against the white front, reveals the typography.

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likeafieldmouse:

Lucinda Devlin - The Omega Suites (1991-98)

“In 1991, Lucinda Devlin began photographing penitentiaries across the United States with the permission and cooperation of local authorities. She entitled the resulting series, completed in 1998, The Omega Suites, — alluding to the final letter of the Greek alphabet as a metaphor for the finality of execution.

Working with a Hasselblad camera and long exposures in existing light, Devlin captured striking images of the architectural spaces in penitentiaries. Viewers are often drawn to her compositions and then repelled by the reality of the subject. The carefully composed and clinically sterile images are as objective as our preconceptions allow.”

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