Author: Victor Selle
Paducah A sewn and tought drawing according to the patchwork technique. This axonometric view gazed itself through a floral peephole that accentuate the dreamlike aesthetic by slightly moving away the observer. The different elements of brutalist architecture contrast with the bucolic environment in wich they are integrated. Borded by the sea to the south and by the mountains to the east, Paducah built itself by including its landscape in its urban planning. Relic of a bygone era, the first brick wall erected by the Paducs, have been preserved by the unhabitants over time. The architectural heterogeneity of the city explains the founding people’s diversity. Being the last climate-change refugees of the Anthropocene Era, these peoples were forced to navigate to Paducah, the last standing island on Earth.
Размеры рисунка или рисунков (в см) / Sizes of the Drawing/Drawings (cm): 42x29,7cm (A3)
Drawing technique / Техника исполнения : Ink
Год исполнения / Year of the Drawing: 2019