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Mark Baugh-Sasaki

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Michael Arcega, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Kevin B. Chen, Binh Danh, Rajkamal Kahlon, Rebecca Szeto, Kana Tanaka, Weston Teruya, Jennifer Wofford, Christine Wong Yap at Kearny Street Workshop October 25th, 2008 - January 23rd, 2009
Posted 12/22/08

Mini city skylines extend across the bottom inch of large, white paper canvases. Above the fictional city planes: open sky. Up, up, up. It is the view of cities from afar, where the geometry and architecture are compressed, where there is more sky than city: wide and encircling, everlasting. Once inside the city, views of the sky are always obstructed and the space inside deliriously dense. The spatial density from afar exists only in that bottom inch, and from afar, as restrained surfaces of st... [more]

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