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Industree is an image in space of what photography literally is. Industree represents the landscape of photography and not a photography landscape. This work reflects on the paradox found within the fantasies of digital recording tools such as the digital camera and its relation to cyclically erasing and renewing memory. The photography trope of the lonely tree is used to explore the erasure of landscapes while chemical and biological reactions alter the space.

Silicon wafers (si), sand, steel, lemon juice, mould, rust water, potassium based fertiliser, silicon carbide (SiC), foam.

Exhibited in Brutus Rotterdam alongside Quinda Verheul’s, “Between the sun and the moon” (cement and aluminium panels)

Exhibition: Wild Summer of Art ii
Curated by: Bik van der Pol, Jessy Koiman and Pete de Jong