Filip Dujardin

All images from the series Fictions. 2007-2010

Between reality and fiction, the Belgian artist-photographer FILIP DUJARDIN recovers the art of collage to create a new language based on the modernist architectural tradition.

A few years ago, FILIP DUJARDIN started reconstructing imaginary buildings. Staying near his home in Ghent, he searches out buildings to photograph that will supply the desired textures and edges. Back at the computer in his studio he cuts, pastes, and shapes segments from these building images and compiles them into the form that he envisioned.

While DUJARDIN‘s work is mesmerizing on its own, it also taps into a rich history of architecture, both utopian and dystopian and gives a sly commentary on the current state of architecture.

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  7. Loving it :) Great great selection :)


  9. That last one looks pretty awesome! It’d be cool to walk through there.

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  12. major inspiration source for photography, illustration and architecture

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  14. Amazing!

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