The Visual Rhythms of Utilities

Metering #0005, electrical installation photograph by Jeff Kauffman
Photo ©Jeff Kauffman, All Rights Reserved

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Photographs and Text by Jeff Kauffman

Visual rhythms are created when arrays of electric and gas fixtures provide unique geometric shapes. In the back alleys and side streets of commercial areas, you will find these creations adorning the walls of the buildings. Also, in parks and other public spaces, you can find clusters of power distribution panels in rigid steel enclosures.

Artist’s Notes

This project was photographed over several years and at various locations using a Nikon D800 dSLR in natural light. The artist used Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to process the raw images.

The Artist

Jeff Kauffman is an art photographer in Austin, Texas USA. His work has appeared worldwide in publications, art festivals, and commercial venues. Selected works are available for purchase from these fine-art and image licensing outlets.

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Electric Grafitti #1354, visual rhythms in electrical installations, photograph by Jeff Kauffman
Electric Grafitti #1354, ©Jeff Kauffman, All Rights Reserved
Regulations #0698, visual rhythms in natural gas installations, photograph by Jeff Kauffman
Regulations #0698, ©Jeff Kauffman, All Rights Reserved
Soldiers Of Power #2965, visual rhythms in electrical installations, photograph by Jeff Kauffman
Soldiers Of Power #2965, ©Jeff Kauffman, All Rights Reserved
Metering #0005, visual rhythms in electrical installations, photograph by Jeff Kauffman
Metering #0005, ©Jeff Kauffman, All Rights Reserved
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