Saturday, 25 December 2010

Daniel Del Nero

The eighties brought the obsession for the future in decay, the terrible consequences of human existence, the inevitable destruction of all things beautiful. And to my delight, the kids who grew up watching Mad Max, Blade Runner, The Terminator, RoboCop and the like are now making all sort of responses to this fascination.

What you see here is 'After Effects',  Daniel De Nero's moldy architectural models with a coating of flour and water.

     “…the sense of time and destiny of the planet after the human species.” 

" to reproduce in small scaled the particular sensation of being in a lonely, abandoned place."

Found at Wire.  And to go to De Nero's site, click here. 

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