Terminal Mirage

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From www.davidmaisel.com by Anne Wilkes Tucker:
In his project Terminal Mirage, Maisel intentionally obscures the function, location, scale, and condition of his subject. No title names the Great Salt Lake or its environs as his subject. His images all share exquisite abstract colorations and design. A few pictures are obviously landscapes. Others are so lacking in items that identify scale they might be images of deteriorating walls or macro photographs of laboratory dishes. As he intends, we are first engaged by the beauty that dances across these large scale prints. Then myriad questions arise: Who or what created what we see in these views? The answers are neither easily explained nor universally confirmed, and the answers are less interesting to Maisel than the questions and discussions the pictures might evoke.
mine wather

mine wather

mine yellow

mine yellow

mine water

mine water

mine pollution graphic

mine pollution graphic

mine square

mine square

mine color photo

mine color photo

mine tide

mine tide

mine color

mine color

photography green

photography green

Tags: landscape photography David Maisel
Posted by creoflick 9 years, 11 months ago from: www.davidmaisel.com

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