This is an exploration of the urban landscape in black and white.
As with much of Michael Kistler’s work, the human element assumes a more reserved role against the larger urban backdrop.
People come and gointersecting, colliding and connecting as they merge with one another and the city around them creating a new kind of urban grammar. What is future becomes present and past almost simultaneously. With an understated elegance, Kistler creates a kind of monochromatic underworld where anonymity flourishes and beauty exists in what is often unseen. In.visible city will be a collection of ten limited edition B&W photographs. All prints will be acrylicaluminum museum face mounts and ready to hang.