American artist Colin Snapp uses his work to reflect upon a cultural fascination with image that haunts the very structures of our lives. In film, photography, sculpture, and installation, Snapp captures the architectures, such as tour buses and brands, that mediate and reduce our lived experience to a series of static images. In recent projects such as the video NV Regional (2013) and the photographic series “National Charter,” Snapp has explored the strange meeting point of authoritative order with natural beauty. Snapp speaks with NYAQ’s Nicole Kaack on the event of his concurrent exhibitions at Galerie Allen and FIAC in Paris.
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