John Goldsmith

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  Straight Photography, Capture Photography, Social Aspects, White Flats, Built Environment, Documentary Photography, Postmodernism, Public Art, Installation Art

Flat White Short Black — JOHN GOLDSMITH

PROJECT STATEMENT This project explores community and public space in some of the world’s most livable cities. Locations include Vancouver, Canada and Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. These localities serve as backdrops to the theatrical stage where actors worked unscripted, improvising their movements towards climatic and/or anti-climactic moments. Perspectivism, sustainability, and liberty are thematic backdrops and serve as underpinnings to a conceptual overtone. My personal work…

  Picnic Blanket, Outdoor Blanket, Art School, Picnic Quilt

Drop Out Of Art School — JOHN GOLDSMITH

  Art School, Drop, Fictional Characters, Fantasy Characters

Drop Out Of Art School — JOHN GOLDSMITH

Are All In This Production. Concert, Concerts

We Are All In This Production — JOHN GOLDSMITH

Are All In This Production. Times Square

We Are All In This Production — JOHN GOLDSMITH

  Straight Photography, Capture Photography, White Flats, Built Environment, Documentary Photography, Postmodernism, Public Art, Installation Art, Minimalism

Flat White Short Black — JOHN GOLDSMITH

PROJECT STATEMENT This project explores community and public space in some of the world’s most livable cities. Locations include Vancouver, Canada and Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. These localities serve as backdrops to the theatrical stage where actors worked unscripted, improvising their movements towards climatic and/or anti-climactic moments. Perspectivism, sustainability, and liberty are thematic backdrops and serve as underpinnings to a conceptual overtone. My personal work…

  Straight Photography, Capture Photography, Social Aspects, Built Environment, Documentary Photography, Postmodernism, Public Art, Installation Art, Storytelling

Flat White Short Black — JOHN GOLDSMITH

PROJECT STATEMENT This project explores community and public space in some of the world’s most livable cities. Locations include Vancouver, Canada and Melbourne and Sydney, Australia. These localities serve as backdrops to the theatrical stage where actors worked unscripted, improvising their movements towards climatic and/or anti-climactic moments. Perspectivism, sustainability, and liberty are thematic backdrops and serve as underpinnings to a conceptual overtone. My personal work…