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A silent observation of the vegetation and animals in the woods around Sligo Creek, arousing what is not directly perceptible to the senses.
A slow exploration of a deserted island in Patagonia, home to the ruins of an experimental fusion reactor built by German scientist Ronald Richter.
A photographic exploration of the offshore oil and gas industry, highlighting the raw structures on the sea while evoking a sense of awe and guilt.
A documentary study of domestic architecture in Los Angeles that exposes the veins of a city, in conflict and coexistence, with a poetic obliviousness.
The prospect of Day Zero, the day that the city of Cape Town would run out of water, questions how urban citizens relate to a changing earth.
A documentary fiction about the environments of port cities, highlighting the transformation of disused docklands and its communities.
A visual record of observations of glacial erratics in Dutch terrains and their Scandinavian bedrock.
A counter-narrative of the British city of Oxford that resists the visual imperatives of its ancient university.
An exploration into the off-season state of seaside resorts of the coastlines of Southern Europe, along surreal architecture, spaces and atmospheres.
A poetic road trip along the Great Wall of China, follwing the lives of the people, the decline of the wall and disappearing traditions.
A selection of photographic work from a 60-year archive, documenting the changing city and street life in Lower Manhattan, New York.
About life in the technical zone around locks, ports and ships, following the renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, port access to Amsterdam.
Exploring the remnants of destruction along the Ypres Salient in Belgium, 100 years after the end of the First World War.
A subjective visual narrative that captures the varying social values and disparities located in Panama’s urban environment.
Reconstructing a lovers’ dialogue while Ukraine faced major changes. A reflection on intimacy in times of annexation and information warfare.
Monitoring the routine operations by the North Korean aviation crew which appears as a rehearsed play of maintenance, controls and procedures.
Firsthand stories of the people living and working in the Exclusion Zone around Chernobyl, 30 years after the nuclear accident.
Investigating the transformation and fragmentation of the landscape around talc stone quarries in the Pyrenees.
This Neapolitan lottery spans your whole life. From naked birth to naked death, through hard times and warm summer nights.
A portrait of the miners who lived in the mine housing estate in Beringen, where life and work went hand-in-hand.
An appreciation of the beauty of contemporary architecture that ignore the need for inner privacy by creating spaces that are isolating.
The discovery of a hidden world of open and meaningful spaces when researching the ribbon structure of the city of Tilburg.
An extensive typology of all 35 Belgian highways, photographed from a passenger seat’s view.