Yugoslav WWII monuments.
Source: Failed Architecture
Frano Kršinić, “Ustanak” revolutionary sculpture, Zagreb, 1977.
Recently moved to a remote location, the monument has been stripped by copper thieves.
Source: Multiples Estrategias di Arquitectura.
Gospodarsko razstavišče - GR, Ljubljana.
Audra Wolowiec, concrete sound
cast concrete with pigment / artist book publication in collaboration with christine shan shan hou
2011 - 2013
"based on acoustic foam used in anechoic chambers, this modular series of cast concrete sculptures explore the physicality of sound through shifts in materiality. concrete is etymologically linked to language as explored through concrete poetry and attention is drawn to early communication devices. on the coasts of england, large cement domes called ‘acoustic mirrors’ now lay dormant as reminders of the tactile nature of analog technology."
David Mabb, Transitional Monument (2004). Digital montage. Dimensions variable.
Exhibition on the Tricorn centre in Portsmouth.
Odeon Swiss Cottage.
James Boswell, The Fall of London series, 1933 : Waterloo.
"Waterloo one of eight lithographs describing The Fall of London. Ron Heisler believes thatthey were originally conceived for a book by Frank McIlraith and Roy Connolly called Invasion From The Air which describes a Fascist invasion of England (information from Ron Heisler, August 2003). The theme of the book, which was published in 1934, is reminiscent of Boswell’s prints, which illustrate both popular uprisings in the City of London and horrific scenes of the city in ruins."