Sublimity and exploitation: on the relationship between humankind and nature How much does the human species alter its habitat? That is photographer Han Sungpil’s central theme. His volume of photographs, Intervention, reveals a surprising perspective that moves beyond the visual language of ordinary environmental documentation. Monumental landscape photographs shift focus onto the exploitation of ecological resources. The three series in this book of photographs are distinguished by their surprising perspective, which goes beyond the visual vocabulary normally found in environmental documentations.
Publisher: Hatje Cantz