— Jim Casper
Through images of nuclear test sites, Kander is not interested in storytelling, in documentary, in reportage—indeed, there are no easy facts to grasp when we gaze upon these desolate vistas—his work poses the kinds of questions that have no answers.
Beyond the extreme cold, the endless nights, the blinding snow—the Alaskan landscape holds profound subtleties and wondrous, beautiful visions waiting to be (re)discovered.
Natural History, by
Antarctica: an icon of international cooperation, an increasingly alarming climate archive, ground zero of our future — the telling story is in the cracks.