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Description - Red Empty by Carl Michael Hausswolf

Light and darkness transform city buildings into surreal structures: an ordinary gray concrete building in plain daylight changes at night into a mysterious monolith or, under a blue-tinted lens, into an ethereal edifice. Swedish artist Carl Michael von Hausswolff harnessed these transformative powers of light to create a powerful spectacle that presents Chicago architecture from a wholly original perspective in this collection of striking photographs. "Red Empty (Chicago 2003)" is the latest in a series of urban-centered works spanning from Bangkok to Santa Fe in which von Hausswolff set 1000-watt red spotlights against the architecture of run-down, abandoned buildings to generate spectral real-world monochromes. His images explore intermediate realms through these otherworldly images - worlds traced by psychic residue that re-write the history of particular sites. "Red Empty" is a compelling visual work that transforms Chicago architecture into sculptures of light, shadow, and stone.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780945323044
ISBN-10: 0945323042
Format: Paperback
(241mm x 169mm x 10mm)
Pages: 128
Imprint: WhiteWalls, Inc
Publisher: WhiteWalls, Inc
Publish Date: 1-Nov-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Carl Michael Hausswolf

Carl Michael von Hausswolff is a composer, artist, and curator based in Stockholm, Sweden. His work has been featured at numerous exhibitions including the Documenta X in Kassel, the Johannesburg Biennial, the Venice Biennale, and the Portikus in Frankfurt.