Lori Nix
  • Lori Nix considers herself a "non-traditional" photographer, because instead of going out to find subject matter, she constructs her own. For <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City"</a>, Nix created a series of photographs that depicted how she thinks a post-human future might look. This image is titled "Anatomy Classroom."
    Lori Nix
  • Nix imagines buildings lying empty, yet becoming inhabited by new residents: fauna and flora. This images is titled "Vacuum Showroom" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • Streets would be quiet without horns blaring and tires screeching. This image is titled "Subway" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • Nix builds models of public spaces dedicated to history, science, and commerce lying deteriorating and neglected. This image is titled "Library" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • As these spaces lie abandoned in Nix's post-human future, nature slowly takes them back. This images is titled "Bar" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • Nix states that in this future, these architectural spaces are a mere shell, and the city is the frontier all over again. This image is titled "Shoe Store" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a> You can purchase this series in <a href="http://www.decodebooks.com/nix.html" target="_blank">book form</a>.
    Lori Nix
  • Nix considers herself a "faux landscape" photographer. She builds meticulously detailed model environments and then photographs her results. This image is titled "Museum of Art" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a> You can view some of Nix's work from this series at the <a href="https://brucemuseum.org/site/exhibitions_detail/inside-the-artists-studio-small-scale" target="_blank">Bruce Museum</a> in Greenwich, Conn.
    Lori Nix
  • Some of the materials Nix uses to construct these incredibly detailed dioramas are taskboard, extruded foam, plaster, wood, and latex. This image is titled "Chinese Take-Out" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • This image is titled "Mall" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a> Nix's first solo show goes up March 20, 2014 at Galerie Kluser in Munich.
    Lori Nix
  • This image is titled "Laundromat" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City,"</a> which will be on display at <a href="http://www.ggalleryhouston.com/the-city/" target="_blank">G Gallery</a> in Houston throughout March.
    Lori Nix
  • "Botanic Garden" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a> You can view some of Nix's work in display at the <a href="http://www.artmuseum.uq.edu.au/coming-soon" target="_blank">University of Queensland Art Museum</a> in Bisbane, Austrailia.
    Lori Nix
  • "Majestic" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • "Beauty Shop" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • "Fountain" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
  • "Casino" from the series <a href="http://www.lorinix.net/" target="_blank">"The City."</a>
    Lori Nix
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