Asymmetry by Russell Brohier. $2,500.00 USD, 2008, photography, 30 in x 45 in x 2 in (WxHxD), edition. Russell Brohier "Asymmetry", 2008 digital photograph on board in resin 45" x 30" About the artist: Russell Brohier employs photography as a means to explore humanity and society in an objective manner. The artist uses the constraints of the medium—the limitations on lighting conditions and colour palette—to tease out and expose the veracity of the image captured. It is, therefore, the province of the photographer behind his lens to uncover, recognise, and record a worthwhile image. Abandoned industrial and public edifices are Brohier’s frequent subjects. Warehouses, factories, school and churches each bear as much meaning in contemporary times as they did when they were first erected. These buildings deliver the voices of the men and women who once occupied the air between their walls, an incredible fact to recognize now that these very voices have fallen silent.
Size: 45.0 in x 30.0 in x 2 in (114 cm x 76 cm x 5 cm)
Type: edition 1