ELIZABETH DORBAD | THE ARCADE

ITINERANT ARCHITECTURES

 

April 6—May 18, 2018

 

208 E Plume St, Norfolk, VA

   Cathedral     .   2012 / 2018   .   Architectural Intervention, Limited Edition Photographic Print  As a society, we have long embraced the illusion that architecture is permanent, even though we know that nothing lasts or remains unchanged indefinitely. In the ongoing global series,  ITINERANT ARCHITECTURE S, San Francisco based artist, Elizabeth Dorbad, ponders the impermanence and mutability of architecture while engaging the notion of architectural time. Using abandoned architecture as subject matter and material, Dorbad produces works across a range of media including drawing, photography and video as well as sculpture created out of the rubble of mobile home trailers.    PRESS RELEASE

Cathedral  .  2012 / 2018  .  Architectural Intervention, Limited Edition Photographic Print

As a society, we have long embraced the illusion that architecture is permanent, even though we know that nothing lasts or remains unchanged indefinitely. In the ongoing global series, ITINERANT ARCHITECTURES, San Francisco based artist, Elizabeth Dorbad, ponders the impermanence and mutability of architecture while engaging the notion of architectural time. Using abandoned architecture as subject matter and material, Dorbad produces works across a range of media including drawing, photography and video as well as sculpture created out of the rubble of mobile home trailers.

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