After a lifetime of flogging sterile white boxes, the failed modernist can finally rest amongst the ruins of their suppressed desires.
The Modernist’s Mausoleum allows them, in death, as in life, to maintain their austere modernist facade. The bleak and unadorned mausoleum that greets friends and family, is merely the wafer thin rear of a grand triumphal arch. Behind the nondescript door lays a heady mix of distorted and trippy columns. These all surround the grand Corinthian Casket.
To ensure the modernist’s eternal peace, two doric-faced cherubs, holding neon candles, keep guard.
Shortlisted entry for Monumental Masonry
Mat Barnes | Anna Lomax