From Alasdair Foster’s article/interview for Talking Pictures:

Lori Nix and Kathleen Gerber create miniature dioramas, conjuring in each that very sense of possibility. Early scenes played along the ticklish midriff of cute and disturbing, evoking a smile and a wince as a plane crashes into a Kansas homestead or God smites a revivalist tent with a well-aimed thunderbolt. But over the years, as the work has evolved, the scenes have become ever more elaborate: full of detail but empty of people. We leave the guilty thrill of the disaster movie to enter the world-building of speculative fiction: of what if…

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