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Dan Lythcott-Haims

Main Building 100A


"I have spent my life noticing things about the built world. I notice when corners aren’t joined precisely; I notice patterns both designed and emergent; I notice color and form and scale. Each of my series captures a particular element of my noticing: e.g. decay or pattern or color.

In my photography, I manipulate the camera in both traditional and non-traditional ways. In my sculpture, I elevate the stature of the old and broken through decontextualization. I whittle my subjects down to their core. Often this means losing the context of location, environment, and even the subject itself. What I hope to gain is a record of that thing that caught my interest - that thing that other people don't see. "

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