Fedor Selivanov, Zurich airport

Fedor Selivanov, Zurich airport

Ezra Stoller, TWA Terminal at Idlewyld by Eero Saarinen, 1962
Additional pictures by Stoller: http://www.rethinking-architecture.com/ezra-stoller-photography-exhibition,447/

Ezra Stoller, TWA Terminal at Idlewyld by Eero Saarinen, 1962

Additional pictures by Stoller: http://www.rethinking-architecture.com/ezra-stoller-photography-exhibition,447/

J. Hietter, Munich Subway Tunnel
Subways around the world: http://www.flickr.com/photos/30249871@N04/galleries/72157623314466153/#photo_2718111196

J. Hietter, Munich Subway Tunnel

Subways around the world: http://www.flickr.com/photos/30249871@N04/galleries/72157623314466153/#photo_2718111196

Joe Nishizawa, Central Circular Shinjuku Route
http://pingmag.jp/2006/07/24/japan-underground-photography/

Joe Nishizawa, Central Circular Shinjuku Route

http://pingmag.jp/2006/07/24/japan-underground-photography/

Simon Valhala

Simon Valhala

(via paris2london)

Oonagh, la la la, pencil, pastel and letraset on paper, 2005

Oonagh, la la la, pencil, pastel and letraset on paper, 2005

Adolph Gottlieb, Crest, 1959
http://gottliebfoundation.org/the-artist

Adolph Gottlieb, Crest, 1959

http://gottliebfoundation.org/the-artist

Dan Havel & Dean Ruck, Given

Dan Havel & Dean Ruck, Given

Homato, Narita

Homato, Narita

Homato, Flughafen
http://www.homato.com

Homato, Flughafen

http://www.homato.com

Alana Riley, Ceremoniously, three-screen video installation
In this 3-channel video installation, Alana compiled footage of audiences and crowds applauding, cheering and giving standing ovations, sometimes loudly. Such gestures are usually reserved for performers, athletes and people who have done something that calls for an approving collective response. 
Alana writes: “In this piece, I am examining these rituals while directing the gaze toward the viewer.  By projecting large-scale videos with sound on three walls of the darkened gallery space, the viewer is visually confronted and bombarded at the receiving end of these collective emotive gestures.”
Video here: http://www.alanariley.com/portfolio/projects/ceremoniously/

Alana Riley, Ceremoniously, three-screen video installation

In this 3-channel video installation, Alana compiled footage of audiences and crowds applauding, cheering and giving standing ovations, sometimes loudly. Such gestures are usually reserved for performers, athletes and people who have done something that calls for an approving collective response. 

Alana writes: “In this piece, I am examining these rituals while directing the gaze toward the viewer.  By projecting large-scale videos with sound on three walls of the darkened gallery space, the viewer is visually confronted and bombarded at the receiving end of these collective emotive gestures.”

Video here: http://www.alanariley.com/portfolio/projects/ceremoniously/