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MP_Clifton_AZ1_MAISEL1-700x700Interview with Nathalie Fraser for Mixt(e) Magazine Numéro 13, September 2015

“With their square format, acid-bright colours or oneiric black and white, David Maisel’s works invite a kind of contemplation that turns into surprise and finally into shock. These apparently abstract compositions are in fact zones (lakes, mines, conurbations) on which man’s influence has played a radical role in transforming the original landscape. From the sky, perched in a Cessna plane, Maisel overlooks the land like a kind of deus ex machina, motivated both by the power of the image and by the desire to record this alternative American vision.”

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