This series of photographs looks into the architectural concept of triangular forms developed by architect Tadao Ando for the Asia Museum of Modern Art. The photographic framing examined these triangular formations through perspectives, utilizing the quality of light and its angular shadows to further invigorate these formal dynamics through contrast.
Based in Taipei, Taiwan, Lucas K. Doolan is an emerging artist, award-wining photographer primarily known for his architectural photography. Lucas has taught photographic software workshops at the University of Auckland, Elam School of Fine Arts and is a full time professional architectural photographer. He is currently working on a black and white photography project entitled Concrete Landscapes, which aims to document everyday spaces and compositions within our urban environment. Published internationally in numerous magazines, Doolan’s work has also been collected by various private collectors in New Zealand and Taiwan.