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Afterglow Fader

when the sun dims down, civilization lights up

  Half daytime, half nighttime, dusk is the elusive moment between a determined sun and moon seizing their respective reign. It is in this afterglow twilight that the last fire in the sky ebbs into paler shades of orange and yellow, before wandering west on the spectrum towards far tones like indigo and purple. Meanwhile, on earth’s surface, civilization lights up its realm to throw artificial light against the interplay of hues – what a symphony of light.

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Seoul / South Korea   pale yellow

 

Kigali / Rwanda   indigo to purple

 

 

 

 

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Outside Job

when your office isn’t anywhere near an office

...nobody robbed us of our freedom; it was an inside job we signed up for. Outside jobs, by contrast, are not always a deliberate choice and oftentimes the harder labor, but they come with a certain spatial freedom... see more

 

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Office Prison Symmetry

behind bars: office or prison? 

Looking at it from the outside, I can’t help but seeing bars in the symmetry that comes with the sterile and institutional blueprint of office buildings around the world. see more

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Night Delight

allures of the dark side

...for the daring nocturnal creatures among us there is a deserted, silent world waiting after hours; and like moths we flutter towards its discoveries, wherever a speck of light flecks the darkness.   see more

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Barcelona / Revolution in the Air, But Where?