We are killing it - New topographics - at 70 mph - Landscape in the age of CO2 overload
I have a 75 mile commute to work and I am often conflicted about my carbon footprint and at the same time captivated by the landscape of the road. This body of work is about a relative landscape that attempts to reference both a hope for the future and a simultaneous recognition of the very real possibility of eco-catastrophe. Most of the images are captures from a moving car usually on the interstate. These images engage an ominous mobile viewpoint and represent pretty much anywhere/everywhere the highway goes. What we might see when we stop to remember or, out of the corners of our eyes as we flee...
The images are printed with what I think is a printmaker's approach to the image- using all carbon archival inks in re-fillable eco-friendly carts to an inkjet photo-paper that is made from 100% recycled material.
A set of ten images from this portfolio were accepted to the Eco Byway Exhibit: http://www.csbsju.edu/Fine-Arts/Visual-Arts/Eco-Byway.htm
Portafolio created by Berel Lutsky 1071 days ago
Images in portafolio: 13