Pacha Kuti One

An exploration of 20th century urban dystopias, myth and concepts of apocalypse. Pacha Kuti is underground landscape photography depicting the sub infrastructure of the city and hidden underground environments. An investigation of the lesser-known sub-infrastructure of the city.

The name 'Pacha Kuti' or pachacuti refers to an Inca apocalypse legend, a time of duality and change and roughly translates as 'the time when the world will turn upside down'

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Sanctuary (PK13)
(2003) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK817
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK827
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK821
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK808
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK834
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK835
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print
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PK825
(2002) C-Type Lustre Digital Print