10.02.10 by Jeff

James Nizam

Memorandoms is a beautiful photo series by artist James Nizam, documenting ephemeral sculptures he constructed inside an old public housing development. Nizam’s show is up at Gallery Jones here in Vancouver (1725 West Third Ave) until Feb 27th. Go see it.

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures

james nizam artist photographer photography ephemeral sculptures













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Tim

    love the second one down. creeps me out.

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  • is there anything he can’t do?

  • Savannah

    love love love love. i sort of appreciate seeing them on my computer screen without frames or glass or anything. it let’s me step into the space a lot more easily i think.

  • Wow. These are really amazing. I definitely want to check out this show.

  • Something magic there

  • Anyone know what he is shooting with? Any info would be great. His prints are fairly large… possibly medium format? Thanks.

  • Ari

    The one with the lightbulbs is phenomenal!! I love the last one as well. Beautiful.

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  • trip

    haha amazing reminds me of stacking all the donkies into a crazy pile in a studio, i love the chairs and the lightbulbs

  • Nizam translates to order in Arabic. I love this.





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