Dan Bradica Constructions Look at Objects That Don't Belong

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Jan 24, 2013 • References: danbradica & flavorwire
Exploring what it means to belong in a certain environment, the Dan Bradica Constructions photography series looks at items that are seemingly out of place.

While paper originally comes from trees, the pile of cardboard boxes in the forest and a roll of stark white paper on a field of dead grass actually form a stark contrast with their surroundings. Red and yellow wrapping paper is molded and shaped by the branches of the tree it sits on, yet it clearly does not belong there. Same with the fluorescent lights that are physically attached to the trees, yet pop out with their neon glow as though they are floating in place.

By extension, Dan Bradica Constructions analyzes the human race's own place in nature. Stats for Misplaced Materials Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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