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Enforcement Architecture

Wired.com has a feature today about the photography of Richard Ross, who's been taking pictures for the past five years of juvenile detention facilities, including Philly's Youth Studies Center. In 2007, Ross received a Guggenheim Felllowship for his project Architecture of Authority. “I respect artists that deal with surface, texture, shape, form and concept,” Ross told Wired, “but my heart lies with people who try to change the world and feel they can have a difference in making people think differently.” [Wired via Archinect]