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Industrial Parkland 2006. "The Bicycle Factory" 19x30" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The automobile Factory" 38x60" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Cooler Factory" 20x25" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Drill Factory" 25x20" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 Oscillating Fan Factory 16" x 36" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Lamp Factory" 19x35" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Match Factory" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Projector Factory" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Stapler Factory" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Toaster Factory" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Typewriter Factory" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Sewing Machine Factory" 19x30" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Television Factory" 18x27" digital print on archival paper
Industrial Parkland 2006 "The Organ Factory" 20x30" digital print on archival paper


Industrial Parkland In Industrial Parkland deliberately chosen consumer items are fastidiously dismantled, photographed and cataloged to create an architectural library from which a factory and its surroundings are digitally built. A power drill literally becomes a Power Drill factory, a stapler becomes a Stapler Factory, with each object used to construct its own source of origin.