From Scott Gargan’s piece in the Connecticut Post:

Pictured in the scene of her living/work space is a photograph of another scene she was working on at the time — an abandoned subway car. It is the subject of one of the images in her series, “The City,” which imagines New York City in the wake of “an apocalyptic disaster that forces all its residents to flee.” Included in the exhibition is the original photograph of the abandoned subway car, the photograph of the scene Nix created of the subway car, and the scene of her living/work space, which includes the photograph of the scene of the subway car.

Asked what her studio says about her creative process, Nix said, “I’m a pretty laid back and easy-going person.” She added, laughing, “I can live with lots of adversity in my life.”

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View Lori Nix’ series, “The City”