— Jim Casper
When oil palm trees outgrow their productive years, they are denied water and forced to die slow deaths — the least costly way to make way for the next generation of producers.
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.
Through the Gods-eye view of Google Earth, this artist discovers geographic shapes and geometries that transform cities, peninsulas, neighborhoods and ports into animals and monsters.
An ambitious, collaborative art/travel project in the dead of Swedish winter transforms into a precious diary of those moments in between, the unexpected times when the true meaning of travel comes to light.