Later on she began making almost everything by hand. Her scenes vary in size from 50×60 cm, to almost 6 feet in diameter. Looking at her work, you see a fascination with the apocalypse, natural disaster, inside vs outside, and the absence of humans. Despite that absence, their existence and imprints are felt in these post-apocalyptic settings.
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If you haven’t already heard of NYC based photographer Lori Nix, you’re in for a treat. It is often hard to define what it is she does, because it seems she does everything. Her specialty is dioramas. It often takes her seven months to construct and photograph a scene, so it’s no wonder when viewing her work that it is sometimes hard to tell whether it’s life sized or scale.
In the beginning she built natural landscapes, depicted natural disasters and small town scenery using manufactured railroad enthusiast kits and plastic farm animals.
May 23 13 @ 5:27 PMØDD Spring Sale
May 24 13 @ 5:40 PMYacht at Shea Stadium
May 25 13 @ 5:50 PMJames Murphy and Special Guests at Grand Prospect Hall
May 26 13 @ 5:54 PMOneohtrix Point Never at Saint Vitus
May 27 13 @ 6:01 PMA conversation With James Murphy
May 28 13 @ 5:46 PMNaoaki Funayama: X-don at Ouchi Gallery
May 29 13 @ 6:06 PMMarina & The Diamonds and Charli XCX
May 30 13 @ 6:10 PMLee "Scratch" Perry at Le Poisson Rouge
May 31 13 @ 6:15 PMAzari & III at Highline Ballroom
Jun 07 13 @ 10:42 AMThe Govenors Ball NYC Music Festival