Homage To The Lost Spaces

Mike Hewson’s public installation series Homage To The Lost Spaces on buildings that are listed for imminent demolition is a wonderful example for re-urbanizing cultural spaces. The rest of the world should be imitating this!

»Tony De In The Door« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, Varied (up to 5.0 x 2.4m), Mixed media on plywood (on earthquake damaged building)

»Tony De In The Door« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, Varied (up to 5.0 x 2.4m), Mixed media on plywood (on earthquake damaged building)

»Homage To The Lost Spaces« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, 10.4 x 15.5 m, Mixed media on plywood (on building listed for imminent demolition)

»Homage To The Lost Spaces« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, 10.4 x 15.5 m, Mixed media on plywood (on building listed for imminent demolition)

»Homage To The Lost Spaces« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, Varied (up to 5.0 x 2.4m) - prior to install of work on upper section of building, Mixed media on plywood (on building listed for imminent demolition)

»Homage To The Lost Spaces« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, Varied (up to 5.0 x 2.4m) – prior to install of work on upper section of building, Mixed media on plywood (on building listed for imminent demolition)

»Homage To The Lost Spaces« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, Varied (up to 5.0 x 2.4m), Mixed media on plywood (on building listed for imminent demolition)

»Homage To The Lost Spaces« (Government Life Building Studio Series), 2012, Varied (up to 5.0 x 2.4m), Mixed media on plywood (on building listed for imminent demolition)

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