Parking garages are at the heart of every urban center. At the end of the day they show grit of the city, the oil spills, the tire tread marks, and the remnants of machine presence.
The parking structure I chose was abstract, slightly unfathomable, a bit dangerous, yet beautiful. It took up a large portion of the street and yet conspicuous in nothing so much as its emptiness and banality.
After surveying the building inside and out, I began to draw my own impression of the spaces. I then reverted back to the actual photographs and strip away some of the structural elements of the architecture to isolate areas and create new images.
each framed image is 25 x 25
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