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(Courtesy of Lori Nix)Mall, 2010
“I am fascinated, maybe even a little obsessed, with the idea of the apocalypse,” [photographer Lori Nix] writes on her website.
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Ideas like a library overrun with trees, a rusty, flooded control room, a “vacuum show room” imagined down to the faux advertisements on the wall. The concepts are morose and humorous, retro and futuristic, outlandish and somewhat believable all at once. She keeps a list of these scenarios and, if it passes the two-year test of likability, she’ll create it.
The Picture Show:The End Of The World As We Know It, And It’s A Small, Small World
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    nprradiopictures:

    (Courtesy of Lori Nix)
    Mall, 2010

    “I am fascinated, maybe even a little obsessed, with the idea of the apocalypse,” [photographer Lori Nix] writes on her website.

    Ideas like a library overrun with trees, a rusty, flooded control room, a “vacuum show room” imagined down to the faux advertisements on the wall. The concepts are morose and humorous, retro and futuristic, outlandish and somewhat believable all at once. She keeps a list of these scenarios and, if it passes the two-year test of likability, she’ll create it.

    The Picture Show:The End Of The World As We Know It, And It’s A Small, Small World

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