Industrial Graffiti

 

  • Edmund Pearce Gallery - June 4-28 2014

Industrial Graffiti captures the unconscious marks created by labourers, technicians and engineers during the construction of our urban built environment. This purposeful defacing has no aesthetic intentions. It is simply a method for preparing, advancing and communicating on a project site. The marking is an ephemeral part of a process that ultimately leads to the creation of a new, functional and aesthetic objective.

Links to articles on Industrial Graffiti:

Broadsheet Melbourne article        Fluoro         Edmund Pearce        Photojournalism now       Raven Contemporary     Melbourne Arts Club Q&A     Greg Neville Review