Lucas Blalock's work challenges the coherence of the photographic surface with brusque interventions and aggressive collaging of tone and imagery. In one picture, a stove-top espresso maker is digitally dismantled and reassembled as a kind of aluminium flower, while in another a cottage-like hotel, pictured in austere black and white, is festooned with an ambiguous array of signs and markers.
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