Dek Unu Magazine - Diana Cheren Nygren

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Published by:
Roger Leege
Published:
2/26/2020
Specs:
Square / 8" x 8"
38 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
Photography
Tags:
Beach, Boston, climate, climate change, global warming, NESOP, photography, photomontage

As rising tides and warming temperatures shape a new world, American artist, Diana Cheren Nygren, fantasizes an east coast harbor city and a future in which the people can no longer go to the beach to beat the heat and must take to the rooftops for relief. At once humorous and, then again, not-so-much, these images make it increasingly clear that there is a crisis looming, foreshadowed by dramatic skyscapes, and the search for rest and relaxation will soon be quite futile.

Unlike the disarray and improbability of some collage artists' creations, Diana's carefully-crafted photomontages are smooth, logical, and observe the laws of physics. Their visual plausibility is essential to the impact of their message; this is not a dream and the question of where one will put a beach chair needs an answer soon...before the trees are gone.

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