Abstract compositions of architecture offer a playful reimagining of urban infrastructures. Structure Photography sees Serbian-born, Dallas-based photographer Nikola Olic reappropriate buildings as colour palettes and repeating geometries, shedding new light on the world’s cities. Through extensive travel, the artist catalogues poetic tower blocks, combining formalism and precisionism. The series is inspired by the urbanistic philosophy of Andreas Gursky, comedic and tranquil ideas of Luigi Ghirri and patience of Michael Wolf. The artist’s work acts on the human instinct to amass, observe and organise through unedited images.
Images: Nikola Olic, Half & Half, (2020). 50cm x 60cm.