9788888493459

Arrivals and Departures

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  • ISBN13:

    9788888493459

  • ISBN10:

    888849345X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-03-15
  • Publisher: Scb Distributors
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Summary

This is Logan Hicks' first book. The book represents the past 5 years of his work, travel, thoughts, and ideas. The book is an insight as to everything that has made up his life for the past 5 years. Within his work, he tries to draw a parallel between the cold, harsh city and a warm, vibrant organism. It is alive; a breathing creature where the people do not exist within it, but rather along side of it. It is this symbiotic relationship with the city the fuels his work. Each person is an active cell that circulates the nutrients through the city veins. He thinks that sometimes people do not realize how the city affects them. Each building blocks a path. Each wall blocks a view. Each door hides an opening. The city effectively blocks out the outside world and creates its own reality. The city is a labyrinth of limited possibilities. Within his work, he tries to explore those microcosms that only exist in the city. The niches of city life that epitomize the urban existence. The confined spaces on subways, honeycomb living structures, the ebb and flow of people washing over the sidewalks like a rogue wave on the beach. These are the things that he notice as he walks around. He has a love-hate relationship with the city.

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