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17
Aug

Arnaud Teicher: Wildfire

On August 28th 1989 the montagne Sainte-Victoire, so dear to Paul Cézanne, was consumed by flames; the fire lasting 3

13
Aug

Ghazal Sheei: Everything Must Go

Los Angeles, CA attracts millions of tourists each year, and its proximity to numerous attractions in Southern California make it

30
Jul

Jayanta Roy: Silent Loneliness of Changthang

Silent Loneliness of Changthang is an exploration of Indias Last wildness, located in Ladakh’s Changthang plateau, which is a small

25
Jul

Ece Gökalp: A Mountain As Many

A Mountain As Many is a research project on Mount Ağrı and its spectators. It focuses on the ways in

19
Jul

Matteo Redaelli: Stream and Consciousness

This project aim to show the connection between glaciers and the importances they have to shape the landscape. Glaciers nowadays

22
Jun

María Carla Piacenza: Climate Change Route

The Climate Change Route is the name given to the tourist circuit that includes the Pastoruri glacier and its surroundings,

18
May

Lucy Jarvis: Walking Home

In order to reconnect with the unknown places surrounding a 90 mile driving route I decided to walk home, consciously

12
May

Lola Martinez: Severe Draught in Spain

Says Lola: The severe draught in this reservoir has made aware of the dangerous situation of water privation we are

26
Feb

Paul Harmon: WaterMarks

WaterMarks is a series of abstract Australian landscapes of North Western NSW. Their production has been a journey that has

06
Feb

Luther Gerlach: Thomas Fire Burn

The 2017 Thomas Fire is the largest in California history, an extreme example of an increasingly powerful destructive and creative

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