One of two bluelines with a one-color screen for photographer, Arthur Ou, of the CalArts Visiting Artist Series, designed in collaboration with designer, Megan Lynch. We shot photographs of concrete fence and rail patterns of Los Angeles neighborhoods. We were interested in how Arthur Ou used mundane subjects combined with chemical processes to disrupt and redirect the viewer's eye; his philosophy being, "to preserve, to elevate, to cancel", addressing the legacy of modernist art and photography's predominant role in visual culture.
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