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Minimal Republics 8, 2017

12 3/4 x 16 3/4"pigment print

Ed. of 10 + 5APs

$ 1800




Ruben Martin de Lucas’ [b. 1977, Madrid, Spain] geometric landscapes are born from a few simple gestures: appropriate 100㎡ of space, outline a border, and inhabit it for no more than 24 hours. From parking lots to empty agricultural crops, anonymous segments of land are transformed by these actions into what the artist describes as “ephemeral micro-states.” Here, in these neat and ordered territories with a solitary population of just one, our human efforts to delineate and control the natural world are made stark.[©Sophie Wright/LensCulture]

Proceeds donated to NASCO Feeding Minds. Its mission is to create computer classrooms in rural Ghana, Africa, to promote access to information and training through digital education.

NASCO, Feeding Minds

More information on Ruben Martin de Lucas's work

BriefCASE is a selection of limited editioned photographs available for purchase through CASE. 50% of the proceeds are donated to an organization chosen by the artist, 25% goes to the photographer, and 25% goes to CASE for production.

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