Neil Daigle Orians

Neil Writes Things

Occasionally, I write things. Some of these are published formally, some of them less-formally, and others are only on here. To commission something, contact me.

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Unstretched Facsimiles: Mateo Nava

Aesthetically, the imagery launches an attack on our nostalgia. In addition to collaged and transferred imagery that appear taken from a photo albums, various hues hint at history, a time back when. The wooden paneling in Fotos De Pasaporte takes me back to sleepover at my great uncle Herman’s farm in Plymouth, Nebraska. The blue tints of Miledy feel like posters faded due to sunlight, while the bright orange and pink in Dos Por Uno feel like a 90s display of pop albums in a Best Buy (and rightfully so).

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