Intolerable Beauty : Portraits of American Mass Consumption

February 25th, 2005 | Filed under: Photography, Sustainability, Urbanism | 1 Comment »

Chris Jordan’s photography captures the climate of American consumption with Reggio-esque beauty and revelation.

More images from the
Paul Kopeikin Gallery
(LA) on view until March 12, 2005.

Related : Edward Burtynsky Photography

via Space and Culture

Koyaanisqatsi - Life Out of Balance
Baraka (Special Collector's Edition)

One Comment on “Intolerable Beauty : Portraits of American Mass Consumption”

  1. 1 Eric said at 11:33 pm on March 1st, 2005:

    Incredible photographs!!

    Next, I believe it would be artistic if a gaggle of cornocopian sustainability nuts would climb inside the uncapped barrels, one per barrel, and say cheese.

    Thank you to future feeder for reconnecting me to the lost experiences of Baraka and Koyaaniqatsi, seen years ago at Color Crayon University.

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