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A slow exploration of a deserted island in Patagonia, home to the ruins of an experimental fusion reactor built by German scientist Ronald Richter.
Comparing dream to reality by giving a voice to those who won or came close to winning a jackpot, for better or for worse.
A colourful speculation on the deep future of electronic waste as it sediments into Earth’s stratigraphic record.
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.
An allegorical tale about the world’s most prominent Passion Play and its inherent antisemitism, and daily life in the village of Oberammergau.
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.
Extensive research on the invention of modern computers, the history of nuclear weapons and, in particular, the narratives of the women involved.
A documentary research into the deportations of ethnic Germans from Romania to Soviet forced labour camps on Stalin’s order in 1944.
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.
A photo-text book that attempts to decode the complex kidnapping phenomenon on Sardinia between the 1960s and the 1990s.
A reflection on both the visible representations of colonialism in present-day Belgium, and the hidden traces of its gruesome past.
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 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.
About life in the technical zone around locks, ports and ships, following the renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, port access to Amsterdam.
A combination of a visual study and cultural-historical research findings on the ‘arsenic eaters’ from the pre-20th century rural population of the Alps.
Special edition box of The Arsenic Eaters with two prints and one piece of Arsenopyrite on Quartz.
A semi-scientific research study of synaesthesia, in which Püschel questions her own perception of reality.
An intersection of essays and projects showing the current and future possibilities of scent in media and communication design.
An investigation of photography in the digital world, focusing on the appropriation of photos found online.
A documentary photographic research about people who wish to extend the human life span or even aim to become immortal.
An investigation of photography in the digital world, focusing on the use of Google Street View.
The discovery of a hidden world of open and meaningful spaces when researching the ribbon structure of the city of Tilburg.