Broken Windows

This series is just that – a collection of broken windows: an all too familiar sight, and one that automatically hints at a violent clash of materials – a brick striking; breaks shrieking. Although these are both heinous realities in a context with high incidents of crime and car accidents, what fascinates me is the craft of the fixes – simultaneously pragmatic, and aesthetic. There is something quintessentially human – gentle yet furtive – in the construction of the temporary fixes. Shot in black and white, Broken Windows is as much about urban affect as it is about the aesthetics of the materiality of the everyday. (selected images below) 

Broken Windows

Broken window No.42, 2015
Broken window No.42, 2015

Driving. Stoping. Capture.

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Broken window No.30, 2017
Broken window No.30, 2017
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Broken window No.16, 2018
Broken window No.16, 2018
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Broken window No.05, 2014
Broken window No.05, 2014

Tape cross

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Broken window No.51, 2016
Broken window No.51, 2016
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Broken window No.27, 2017
Broken window No.27, 2017
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Broken window No.13, 2016
Broken window No.13, 2016
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Broken window No.34, 2014
Broken window No.34, 2014
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Broken window No.07, 2014
Broken window No.07, 2014
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Broken window #1, 2012
Broken window #1, 2012
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Broken window #20, 2015
Broken window #20, 2015
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Broken window #8, 2018
Broken window #8, 2018
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Broken window #7, 2019
Broken window #7, 2019
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Broken Window 54
Broken Window 54
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Broken window #19, 2016
Broken window #19, 2016
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broken window #17, 2015
broken window #17, 2015
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broken window #13, 2017
broken window #13, 2017
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Broken window #44, 2018
Broken window #44, 2018
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