"Over-development" (2007) Fuji Flex Print

by Monique Lai

Artist/Maker: Monique Lai
Title: "Over-development"
Year Created: 2007
Medium / Materials: Fuji Flex Print
Framed or Unframed: Framed
 Winning Bidder Deposit: $200

Dimensions (H x W x D): 82"H x 48"W
Style/Period: Photography
Rarity/Quantity Available: Ed. 2 of 6
Signed: Yes
Reserve Present: Yes

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Artist description:

‘Over-development’ is a piece that subconsciously spoke to me of how playful wild foliage should look like, and remain.  I titled this Over-development as a play on making way for residential and multi-mixed use buildings deemed essential for urban living.

Private Property is a series of provocative photographs that deals with environmental elements and social conscious statements.  My concern for the beauty of our landscape and clean air revolves around ‘not all construction is good construction’.  By looking beyond the surface, we can work towards being mindful and aware of how our behavior not only affects society’s perception of ourselves but also the mis-treatment of our environment.

Framing by Fine Art Solutions.

Bio of Artist / Maker:

Lai was born and raised in Montego Bay, Jamaica, and began her creative path as a theatre director.  Soon after transitioning into still photography.  Her work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Provincetown, New York, and Beijing.

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