Lewis Baltz: the politics of bacteria, docile bodies, ronde de nuit

These enigmatic color works represent a major departure from Baltz’s earlier landscape photographs, yet continue his struggle global hegemony of technology and its potential for alienation. The three works excerpted within this collection show Baltz struggling with strangers, the industrial-medical complex, and fiber optic cables.

Text: Butler Cornelia H.. pp. 60; hardcover. Publisher: MoCA, Los Angeles , 1998.

ISBN: 9780914357575| 0914357573
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These enigmatic color works represent a major departure from Baltz’s earlier landscape photographs, yet continue his struggle global hegemony of technology and its potential for alienation. The three works excerpted within this collection show Baltz struggling with strangers, the industrial-medical complex, and fiber optic cables.