I love how they've embodied a time, place and narrative in a very real and material way. Pushing and adapting traditional technique to new heights of impact and expression. Here's how they talk about it...
"We are interested in capturing the effects of time or of the people on the walls of a place that is disappearing, and it is almost magical how a space is recorded, as it were, on a soft surface like fabric or paper, and with this change of support, from wall to fabric, the resulting print becomes, almost inevitably, a physical archive of the place."
Here's a link to learn more about their project at Holmesburg Prison.
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