David Trautrimas

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These digitally recombined photographs of household appliance speak to the paradox of the modern era – technology has the potential to make our daily lives easier or to lead to devestation.
By combining digital design and rapid prototyping processes with traditional fabrication methods David Trautrimas continues to explore new territory in his practice, building on his international reputation for innovative photo-based techniques. Focusing on themes relating to architecture Trautrimas uses everyday objects and cultural artifacts to explore urban living and industrialization, do it yourself buildings and the afterlife of architecture. His work has appeared in both group and solo exhibitions around the world, including The Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art (Toronto), The Korean Arts Centre (Seoul), and KlompChing Gallery (Brooklyn) He has received international acclaim from publications such as ArtNews, the and The New York Times.