The City: Laundromat by Lori Nix
by sabine7 / November 15, 2010


The very nature of Lori Nix's work is fascinating in itself, as Nix has been creating tiny dioramas since the mid-1990s (featured in photographs taken with her large-format camera). Even more intriguing is the atmosphere of doom presented in her latest body of work, a series of urban interiors in a state of uncomfortable decay. The tableaux, which range from a laundromat during the day and at night to a map room with geography askew and a church that harbours old signage, are meticulous depictions of a possibly very eerie future.

Artist: Lori Nix
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The City runs at ClampArt Gallery in New York through December 8, 2010.


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Laundromat


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Map Room


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Church


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