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Duane Nasis

artist  |  Duane Nasis

London

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Duane Nasis is a London-based photographer. His current and ongoing inquiry centres around the relationship of built space and solitude, particularly within the context of the city. Previous projects have involved a similarly themed inquiry into the internal subjectivities of masculine identity as expressed through dress, reflecting his previous experience in menswear fashion photography. "My ongoing interests lie in the internal nature of experience and the relationships between people and ... Read more
Duane Nasis is a London-based photographer.

His current and ongoing inquiry centres around the relationship of built space and solitude, particularly within the context of the city. Previous projects have involved a similarly themed inquiry into the internal subjectivities of masculine identity as expressed through dress, reflecting his previous experience in menswear fashion photography.

"My ongoing interests lie in the internal nature of experience and the relationships between people and the built environment, as expressed through photographic practice. My most recent body of work has been a working project alongside theoretical research during my MRes degree, making an inquiry into the nature of urban solitude through the practice of photography.

The context of the city, with its homogenised spaces, is one designed to bring people together and yet the means by which this is accomplished are also those that I feel underscore these alienated relations. This is not to say that the alienation that results in solitude is necessarily negative, but that within this solitude and anonymity there is a melancholic pleasure and a heightened, discerning gaze that critically perceives built space." Read less
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