The “ArchitorSpace” photographs display my specific enjoyment and fear of the banality within architecture spaces. These places are typologies of contemporary post-industrial architectural aesthetic which makes the individual appear so displaced within the uncanny. The photographic strategy is to purposefully make these images heavy with absence; these forgotten (non-sites) are environments that are entirely familiar revealing no history or functionality but yet are so commonplace.
The photographs are of spaces in which a building facade, alley or a corridor is virtually indistinguishable from another; repetition and redundancy collapse into an architectural singularity. The subject who would otherwise occupy these spaces are engulfed into the void of here-could-be-anywhere, into the monumental dissolution of space in contemporary architecture.
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