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A colourful speculation on the deep future of electronic waste as it sediments into Earth’s stratigraphic record.
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 collage of decorative and political works from Nasser Road, Kampala, a mythical place known for its printing trade and as a centre of fraud.
A documentary fiction about the environments of port cities, highlighting the transformation of disused docklands and its communities.
An exploration into the off-season state of seaside resorts of the coastlines of Southern Europe, along surreal architecture, spaces and atmospheres.
A surprising and critical artistic view of the downsides of the digital platform economy.
An exploration of the long shared history of the relationship between human and horse in different parts of the world.
Over the course of 50 years, a former employee of a photographic factory secretly recovered tonnes of silver from a wastewater creek in Antwerp.
About life in the technical zone around locks, ports and ships, following the renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, port access to Amsterdam.
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.
An objective investigation of the guilt that surrounds the adult entertainment industry and the consumption of its products and services.
A portrait of the miners who lived in the mine housing estate in Beringen, where life and work went hand-in-hand.
An examination of the development of new food crops and how this process bears upon the world food problem.
An investigation of the mystic nature of high-tech research, focusing on the relationship between people and technology.