Click to preview Abandoned America_4: Nova Dye photo book

This long shuttered fabric treatment and dying facility is typical of many East Coast industrial complexes that were built to serve a number of wars and a growing America. It’s a patchwork of buildings, areas, processes, catwalks and huge machinery, such as walk-in Autoclaves . You have fabric treatment next to fabric dying, next to fabric drying – giant machines, many of them with open flames, pits of solvents and bolts of fabric all butted up against one another – a sure recipe for disaster under any circumstance and if all of the signage in the plant is any indication – fires were a regular occurrence.


About the Author

Stephen Berner
I’m a NYC native, a photo story-teller, a tour guide, explorer , two-wheel traveler & student of human behavior…

Publish Date  December 08, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  26 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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