To make these photographs, Nix builds detailed dioramas (some take up to seven months) and captures them on film with an 8x10 camera. "Though the scenes are apocalyptic, they nonetheless evince a sense of whimsy and wonder," says the New Yorker. "Even if humans have left the building, life still flourishes."
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