Aired On: Mar 26, 2015
Claire Harlan discusses the role of architecture in her work and how manmade landmarks and natural reference points influence our own personal landscapes.
Claire Harlan is a Los Angeles-based photographer who explores the relationship between landscape and the architecture of space. In one aspect, this exploration is inward as her work examines the reflection and solitude redolent in the urban and desert-scapes of the western United States. From another perspective, her work reflects an attempt to reconcile the correlation...
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