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photo-eye Conversation with David Trautrimas
Delaney Hoffman and Anne Kelly

Multimedia mastermind David Trautrimas is back with a new series of rendered photographs of domestic interiors that will knock your socks off! Listen to him describe his process and practice in this photo-eye Conversation with Gallery Director Anne Kelly.

This week, we are so excited to premier brand new photographs from gallery artist, David Trautrimas!
David Trautrimas is an artist/photographer/all-around maker hailing from Toronto, Canada. Here at photo-eye, we know David for his series, Habitat Machines, wherein the artist dissembled and photographed household goods before using these components to digitally create an architectural space. The importance of space continues to be important in Trautrimas’ newest series, which turns the focus inward. Using Cinema 4D and the digital toolbox that comes with it, Trautrimas has spent the pandemic crafting uncanny, entrancing images of his own interior life that resonate across Western culture.
photo-eye’s Gallery Director, Anne Kelly recently sat down with Trautrimas for a conversation! They talk modernist architecture, materiality and conceptual flexibility. View the video and learn more about David Trautrimas below!

>> David Trautrimas on his Practice of Deconstruction! <<

>> Habitat Machines at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art! <<

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Print costs are current up to the time of posting and are subject to change.

For more information, and to purchase prints from David Trautrimas, please contact Gallery Director Anne Kelly or Gallery Assistant Delaney Hoffman, or you may also call us at 505-988-5152 x202

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photo-eye Conversation with David Trautrimas
Delaney Hoffman

This week, photo-eye Gallery Director Anne Kelly sits down with represented artist David Trautrimas to discuss his newest series *insert title* in a riveting new photo-eye Conversation. Tune in to hear Trautrimas speak about his interest in modernist architecture, kitchen appliances and more!

This week, we are so excited to premier brand new photographs from gallery artist, David Trautrimas!
David Trautrimas is an artist/photographer/all-around maker hailing from Toronto, Canada. Here at photo-eye, we know David for his series, Habitat Machines, wherein the artist dissembled and photographed household goods before using these components to digitally create an architectural space. The importance of space continues to be important in Trautrimas’ newest series, which turns the focus inward. Using Cinema 4D and the digital toolbox that comes with it, Trautrimas has spent the pandemic crafting uncanny, entrancing images of his own interior life that resonate across Western culture.
photo-eye’s Gallery Director, Anne Kelly recently sat down with Trautrimas for a conversation! They talk modernist architecture, materiality and conceptual flexibility. View the video and learn more about David Trautrimas below!

>> David Trautrimas on the Practice of Deconstruction! <<

>> Habitat Machines at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art <<

• • • • • 

  

Print costs are current up to the time of posting and are subject to change.

For more information, and to purchase prints from David Trautrimas please contact Gallery Director Anne Kelly or Gallery Assistant Delaney Hoffman, or you may also call us at 505-988-5152 x202

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