The Architectural Unconscious brings together two artists with differing but complementary attractions to architecture. James Casebere is known for his photographs of small-scale, tabletop models reminiscent of prisons, monasteries, tunnels or factories, while Glen Seator devises architectural forms from existing office spaces and building facades that provoke a comparable dislocation. Presented alongside one another, their work lucidly extrapolates architecture's unique capacity for disquiet and oppression.
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James Casebere was born in 1953 in Lansing, Michigan, and received his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. He is the recipient of numerous fellowships and awards, including grants from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Casebere has exhibited internationally and his work has been featured at the Whitney Museum of Art and the Laurent Delay Gallery in England. In addition, he has been commissioned to produce many public projects, among them the University of Washington in Seattle and the Staten Island Ferry Terminal in New York.
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