Posts by Author: Neal L Hitch

a forest of columns suspends i stiffen thee’s kerplunk house over the californian desert


the two cuboid, enclosed spaces are elevated in midair, with windows and doors cut out around and in between the columns.

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neal lucas hitch repurposes clothing artifacts found on the california-mexico border


as an art project, this collection is meant to shed light on the hypocrisy of fast fashion, and to start a conversation on personal stories of immigration. 

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neal lucas hitch builds remote lunar observatory in southern california desert


by completely blocking its exterior surroundings and opening up to the sky, the ocotillo observatory isolates visitors and invites them to look upwards into the extended universe.

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