Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Ridgemont Typologies

While unremarkable photographically, Mark Luthringer's "Ridgemont Typologies" are each an interesting study in a sort of bland conformity that emerges in many prefabricated, manufactured American buildings and products. As Luthringer puts it in his Artist's Statement, "The typological array’s inherent ability to depict prevalence and repetition make it the perfect technique for examining the excess, redundancy, and meaningless freedom of our current age of consumption."

Sure, why not.

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