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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 visual exploration of the ‘clay hypothesis’, the theory according to which clay helped the evolution of early life forms.
A mosaic of photographic work and archival materials assembled into a new narrative like a cabinet of curiosities.
A visual record of observations of glacial erratics in Dutch terrains and their Scandinavian bedrock.
An observation of the quest to develop an improved interpretation model of satellite data for remote sensing research.
A research project on psilocybin, mycology and medicine, stemming from the search for a therapy for the photographer’s bipolar mother.
Examining the experience of light, scale and spatiality through an eclectic variety of images of mountains, rocks and stones.
About the wondrous life of the horseshoe crab, a ‘living fossil’, pondering our place in time, in evolution and in the whole of all life forms.
A portrait of Doug who has been living in the forests of Vancouver Island for 47 years, a labyrinth of stories and legends.
Special edition of Doug’s Cabin with print.
Set of postcards with a selection of horizons from the 2012 project New Horizons.
A visual essay of calm spaces, focusing on the difference between silence and emptiness.
Investigating the transformation and fragmentation of the landscape around talc stone quarries in the Pyrenees.
A walk through an olive tree garden, through time, through personal memories and essentially trough the aging seasons of life.
A work of art in book form, focusing on the North Sea-horizon, rhythmically and melodically composed into a story without text.
A prelude of the publication New Horizons, showing all North-Sea horizons captured on the 5th of May, 2012.