NYC Subway is a Chamber of Horrors

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Lurking underground

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As if the NY subway wasn’t enough of a horror movie – Canal Street

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The one that was late

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The last train left

 

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UNNATURAL SELECTION

Curated by Craig Norton

An exhibition highlighting species endangered by human activity and the effects it will have on our world: over-harvesting, pollution, habitat destruction, introduction of invasive species, over-hunting, exotic animal trade and trophy hunting, among other influences. Although global climate change is a major cause for species extinction, this exhibition will be focusing on the endangered animals themselves and the possible effects of their removal for the ecosystem.

Opening Reception:
Saturday, September 8
On View: August 30 – September 30 at
LIC-A/ The Plaxall Gallery
5-25 46th Avenue
Long Island City , NY 11101
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Poster

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The Artists

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Th!nk!…What if Animals Treat Us How We Treat Them?

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FEVER

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Th!nk!…What if Animals Treat Us How We Treat Them?

 

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The Gallery is Open – the fever is on!

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Artists take on Climate Change

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NYC New Ferries contribute to Climate Change

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Jakarta, the fastest-sinking city in the world

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Contributors to Climate Change

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Contributors to Climate Change

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Contributors to Climate Change

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Polluters in our backyard

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Scorched Planet

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Metropolises that could soon be killed by Mother Nature – The extraction of groundwater.

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Ghost cities killed by humans

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The Tourists

From Minuscule to Monumental

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THEME: Monumental “Organic Mutant Architecture”.
PLOT: New York City Modern in Reverse… There once was a place of monumental cities with structures that swept all American culture… people were swept away and consumed by the devices and structures built by visionaries and is now self- transforming or mutating into a fantastic “Organic Mutant Architecture”, it draws all inhabitants into the depths!.

All inhabitants are welcome!…You may not want to go back home!!!

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Tourists are welcome!

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Poster

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The Visitors

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“From Minuscule to Monumental” poster. “Will never see them again”

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The Visitors

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The Gallery is open

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Opening night

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No people no problem

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HTRW

Biological hazards, also known as biohazards, refer tobiological substances that pose a threat to the health of living organisms, primarily that of humans. … The biohazard symbol was developed in 1966 by Charles Baldwin, an environmental-health engineer working for the Dow Chemical Company on the containment products.

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Infected specimen

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Barrels containing HTRW

Biohazard Truck

“The Transporter” Truck transporting HTRW

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Infected Specimen

 

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Infected Specimen

Headless New Yorkers

What Happened to all these pedestrians?. They Lost Their Heads!
Social media has been controlling our lives for the last 10 years. It is the reason why people have lost interest in real communication. Virtual reality became reality

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The iPhone

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Me, myself and I

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Where is the exit?

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Not that way

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Rush hour

Headless New Yorkers

Hi It’s me!

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HEAD:
“The dynamic breadth and range of the different pieces in various media from painting to sculpture to mixed media show that even a seemingly innocuous word can produce an amazing array of work triggering a layered, loaded outpouring of expression in a grand, individual style”
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