Artist Uses Reflective Tape to Transform Architectural Fixtures into Ghostly Apparitions

Weaving together photo and architecture Canadian artist James Nizam (previously), creates sculptural works that explore the notions of the home and the ephemeral. For his latest project titled "The Mnemonic Landscape", currently on view at Gallery Jones in Vancouver, Nizam wrapped common awnings, railings and door grilles found around homes in suburban Canada with reflective tape and photographed them using a flash at night. Via the press release, "Focused on the threshold where memory meets its vanishing point, the works waver at the instant of the ephemeral, between states of illumination and erasure.

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