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London, 2013

A Sense of Place

Landscape, with its power of space-shaping and proposition of place-inhabiting, affects collective subjectivities with an impact on sensing-feeling. Focusing lenses on forgotten and nondescript things, exploring how an unexpected portrayal of our environment may trigger a rethinking of a current surrounding atmosphere, the photographs engage with non-places in order to foster a concern for space and an engagement with the environment.

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