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Irby Pace

Tumbleweed, 2015

Archival ink jet print
This is part of a limited edition set.
36 × 55 in
91.4 × 139.7 cm
Edition of 5
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20 × 30 in
50.8 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 5
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42 × 63 1/2 in
106.7 × 161.3 cm
Edition of 3
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location
Dallas, marfa
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About the work
Irby Pace
American, b. 1982
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Texas-based photographer Irby Pace uses modern technology to break down traditional art forms and create new artistic and stylistic possibilities. His series “Unintended Consequences” features selfies taken from iPhones on display in Apple stores, and explores how people abandon discretion in images they expect to remain unshared. Pace is best known for the “Idle Voids: Pop!” series in which he photographs colored smoke bombs released in abandoned buildings and off-limits locations. By capturing these moments, Pace renders the intangible tangible and brings permanence to the ephemeral. “I alter the real physical space with real floating colorful clouds of smoke and allow nature to dictate the shape and duration,” he has said, alluding to the atmosphere-dependent, chance-based nature of his work.

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Irby Pace
American, b. 1982
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Texas-based photographer Irby Pace uses modern technology to break down traditional art forms and create new artistic and stylistic possibilities. His series “Unintended Consequences” features selfies taken from iPhones on display in Apple stores, and explores how people abandon discretion in images they expect to remain unshared. Pace is best known for the “Idle Voids: Pop!” series in which he photographs colored smoke bombs released in abandoned buildings and off-limits locations. By capturing these moments, Pace renders the intangible tangible and brings permanence to the ephemeral. “I alter the real physical space with real floating colorful clouds of smoke and allow nature to dictate the shape and duration,” he has said, alluding to the atmosphere-dependent, chance-based nature of his work.

Irby Pace

Tumbleweed, 2015

Archival ink jet print
This is part of a limited edition set.
36 × 55 in
91.4 × 139.7 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
20 × 30 in
50.8 × 76.2 cm
Edition of 5
Contact for price
42 × 63 1/2 in
106.7 × 161.3 cm
Edition of 3
Contact for price
location
Dallas, marfa
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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