Details:

This photograph is part of a series documenting haunting site-specific sculptures made by the artist in independently-owned hotels across America.
Framed: 42.0 x 34.0 x 2.0 in.
Edition of 2
Signed

① Artwork:

Hampton Village Inn, Hampton, NH, November 11, 2019, no. 1

This photograph is part of a series documenting independently-owned hotels across the country, exploring America's complex relationship with these safe harbors and spaces of last resort. For each piece, the artist uses objects found in the hotel room to create a haunting site-specific sculpture that activates the previous tenants' intention of creating a new home.

Specs:

31.75 inches
39.75 inches
with frame
34 inches
42 inches

③ Artist:

Alex Yudzon

Yudzon’s work draws attention to the modern world’s construction of personal spaces. He traveled alone while cataloguing independently-owned hotels, documenting at least one space in all of the contiguous United States. Each image depicts the process of finding and losing a home, a temporary shelter that is both a safe harbor and an option of last resort.

④ Additional:

Alex Yudzon:
Hampton Village Inn, Hampton, NH, November 11, 2019, no. 1, 2019
Archival pigment print mounted on Dibond with artist frame
39.8 × 31.8 inches /
Alex Yudzon:
Hampton Village Inn, Hampton, NH, November 11, 2019, no. 1, 2019
Archival pigment print mounted on Dibond with artist frame
39.8 × 31.8 inches /