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the buried objects of joanne bowles

Joanne Bowles is a metalwork artist inspired by archaeology and the relationship between object and landscape. The Buried Object investigates the life cycle of silver and copper artefacts in a subterranean environment, exploring how build-up and break-down of material transforms them over time.
 

matthieu venot, urban pastel colors

Matthieu Venot is a self-taught French photographer whose pictures capture the urban environment in a transformative way.
His photographs crop building parts out of context, zooms in on architectural detail or isolates certain building features thereby creating colourful graphical images turning the quotidian iconic.
 

nicole patel fine grid series

Inspired by minimal architecture and Zen Buddhism, Fine Grids Series by New York-based artist Nicole Patel uses untreated materials that investigate the humble nature of the graphic line. The Japanese Fine Grid is made with natural cotton muslin and ivory cotton thread.