flaneur, 2013, pigment prints on paper

We have recently begun investigating how our work with the human form can interact with architecture by manipulating and deconstructing the volumes along with the body in an effort to convey the totality of our frail existence. As with the human form, we rupture, puncture and unfold the skin of the architectural models as a means to re-visualize their volumes and to explore them in a unique way. The following pigment prints done in 2013 are derived from a three channel video animation, flaneur, and are part of a large suite of 46 pieces. The series is in four parts and sizes, classical 18” x 13”, neoclassical 20” x 10”, art nouveau 24” x 11.5” and modern 23” x 10”.