Thomas Locke Hobbs - L.A. Vedute
|Author||Thomas Locke Hobbs|
|Publisher||The Eriskay Connection|
|Status||not yet published|
Standing on the property line between two apartment buildings with adjacent driveways, American photographer Thomas Locke Hobbs was reminded of a Renaissance painting, The Ideal City of Urbino, where the illusion of space is achieved when receding lines that establish spatial relationships converge at a central vanishing point. It inspired his book ‘L.A. Vedute’, a documentary study of domestic architecture in Los Angeles. The work presents the way shared spaces recede to a common vanishing point, largely unpopulated and deserted, akin to movie sets where the actors have disappeared. Through metaphors of alienation, Hobbs exposes a city in conflict and coexistence.
|272 p, ills bw, 16 x 24 cm, pb, English|
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