Surrealistic photography by Rob Carter
New York City-based artist Rob Carter uses photography, stop-motion animation, and time-lapse video to spotlight buildings and their shifting political and historical significance. Architectural themes and histories are invented or modified using physically cut-up and digitally manipulated photographic images of buildings, towns and landscapes. The interaction of plant life with these photo-structures represents the irrepressible strength of nature that our buildings attempt to shield us from, as well as the temporality and fluidity of the environs we inhabit. (Text from Rob Certer website)
All the pictures are taken from Rob Carter’s website.
For those living somewhere around New York, visit exhibition: Rob Carter at Art in General. See the exhibition website.