Tear x scape / Terrorscape 3 (Palms)
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Editions of 50, signed and dated on print.
Printed on Epson photo paper, 260 gsm, 10 mil thickness. Prints will be protected and shipped in a tube mailer or sturdy envelope.
6x6" photo printed on 8x10" photo paper
9x9" photo printed on 11x14" photo paper
18x18" photo printed on 20x24" photo paper
Today, tear gas is the most commonly used form of what's known in law-enforcement jargon as “less-lethal” force. Journalists file news stories of tear-gas deployment so regularly that pictures of smoke-filled streets have come to feel like stock photography—a theatrical backdrop of protest.
A traditional southern Vietnamese house has walls of woven bamboo, brick, wood; earthen or concrete floors; and a roof of palm leaves or thatch. The tin roof are extended well over the walls so that the heavy rains of the monsoons will not wash the walls away. They also act as an aid to keep the house cooler in the hot sticky climate of the major areas of Vietnam.