The Force of Nature series is comprised of mosaics of closely cropped photos of the body layered with found photos of natural disasters. Natural disasters are used as a way of expressing forces out of our control, while body parts express the personal and visceral. Together these combined images explore themes of chaos and control, love and loss, inner turmoil and outer calm, exposure and concealment. When viewed from a distance, these images are experienced as one thing, and yet another when viewed up close.
— Marcella S. Davis
Russian photographer philosopher Evgeny Molodtsov connects the dots of our fragile planetary existence in unusual ways.
How much visual information do we really need to see a picture and understand it? How do photographs define our memories, and what would happen if the photos started to lose their details?
Aiming to convey ‘an emotional experience of space’, Murray Fredericks describes an inner, rather than outer landscape, at the center of Greenland's Ice Sheet.
"Landscapes are culture before they are nature, constructs of the imagination that are projected into woods and water and rock."