Chicago, USA, 2015

This antiquated bank vault in Chicago is both a historical and sociological piece, reminding us about the value that humanity places in materialism. Vaults are intended to keep monetary goods and other valuables safe from theft, unauthorized use, or other threats. Unlike a safe, a vault is integral to the structure in which it is built, and Voigt’s photograph cements this notion. The labyrinthine look of the vault interior draws the viewer in, despite its nature being to keep people at bay.

Available sizes:

  • 39 x 71 inches
  • 74 x 138 inches
  • 54 x 98 inches

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