Abstraction 

These images are derived from architecture, but are not architectural photography in the normal sense. They are more like architectural imaginings, aspirations, ephemera. They are an extension of Anderson & Low's previous architectural works, further emphasising that highly subjective approach to photographing the buildings. 

Here the form and detail is taken beyond the normal, reducing these images, to a greater or lesser extent, to a series of abstract forms. This process is taken to an extreme, almost philosophical level; the term abstraction is therefore doubly appropriate as the word implies not only abstract shapes in the visual arts, but also the forming of general ideas and principals from concrete examples - the process of developing concepts from experience. 

Work from Abstraction have been acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. 
 
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this image is used to maintain space
this image is used to maintain space