JOB SITE
Barbara Gallucci JOB SITE digital print
RED BUCKET
2015
digital print
24’’ x 30’’

Frank Lloyd Wright’s house Fallingwater has become a modernist icon for the engineering of nature. A construction crew now maintains the house year round in order to keep it in tact. Part of the Water Falling project, these photographs are made from sculptural sets, or staged installations, that reflect on this dilemma of engineering going too far with nature.

Barbara Gallucci JOB SITE digital print
FOREST
2015
digital print
24’’ x 30’’

Frank Lloyd Wright’s house Fallingwater has become a modernist icon for the engineering of nature. A construction crew now maintains the house year round in order to keep it in tact. Part of the Water Falling project, these photographs are made from sculptural sets, or staged installations, that reflect on this dilemma of engineering going too far with nature.
Barbara Gallucci JOB SITE digital print
BLUE LADDER
2015
digital print
24’’ x 30’’

Frank Lloyd Wright’s house Fallingwater has become a modernist icon for the engineering of nature. A construction crew now maintains the house year round in order to keep it in tact. Part of the Water Falling project, these photographs are made from sculptural sets, or staged installations, that reflect on this dilemma of engineering going too far with nature.
Barbara Gallucci JOB SITE digital print
BLUE TAPE
2015
digital print
24’’ x 30’’

Frank Lloyd Wright’s house Fallingwater has become a modernist icon for the engineering of nature. A construction crew now maintains the house year round in order to keep it in tact. Part of the Water Falling project, these photographs are made from sculptural sets, or staged installations, that reflect on this dilemma of engineering going too far with nature.
Barbara Gallucci JOB SITE digital print
RUNAWAY
2015
digital print
30’’ x 24’’

Frank Lloyd Wright’s house Fallingwater has become a modernist icon for the engineering of nature. A construction crew now maintains the house year round in order to keep it in tact. Part of the Water Falling project, these photographs are made from sculptural sets, or staged installations, that reflect on this dilemma of engineering going too far with nature.
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