Monthly Archives: May 2012

Sacred Space

Sacred Space

Sacred Space/Elegiac Series

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Tiled Corner with Ramp

Incidental Corners - Tiled Corner with Ramp

this image is part of the Incidental Corners Series – an ongoing project: http://www.flickr.com/photos/51241173@N03/sets/72157629055594297/

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Red Square Gallery – architectural and urban photography exhibitions

logo red, a photo by Barry Falk on Flickr. barry falk :: derelict urban spaces 05 Mar 12 http://redsquaregallery.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/barry-falk-derelict-urban-spaces/ curated by: Brancolina – http://brancolina.com/

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Birkenau – Decontamination Oven

Birkenau - Decomtamination Oven

Part of the Sacred Space/Elegiac Series

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Urban Essays: Empty Shops Series

 

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Brighton Photo Fringe Open ’11 – Text by Louise Marlborough

‘My selection from the Brighton Fringe Open ’11 reflects my long-held interest in architecture, structures and the built environment. I love the lines, angles and geometry that inevitably come about in this manmade world and with which photography alchemically interplays. … Continue reading

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Brighton Fringe Open Text 2011

Brighton Fringe Open Text 2011 - Geometric Space 2

‘Barry Falk’s photographs effectively convey the edginess and grubbiness and visual intrigue of ordinary spaces. He demonstrates how seeming emptiness can be evocative, and can have
character and feeling. In the image shown here, the angled symmetry of the painted lines and the way our eye is pulled into the corner make us feel trapped and uncomfortable. I ask: where is the exit? My escape route? It is not a place I want to stay or linger. The grubby walls, the single fluorescent light and the ominous stains on the ground all add to making a rather unsettling space. And the resulting image is successful in recreating the physical emotion of actually being there.’

– written by Louise Marlborough

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