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From documentary photography with scientific research, to semi-fictional Henri Rousseau odes to nature, this selection offers ways to look at the the role of nature and its relation to human: a new creation of wonder or a reality as old as time itself? 
Fastidiosa
Fastidiosa
$50.00
In Puglia, southern Italy, olive trees are rapidly killed by Xylella, the plant epidemic. To stop its spread, farmers have to cut down and burn the heritage olive trees that bear their history, culture and livelihood.Fastidiosa is the result of Caimi + Piccinni photographing the plight of local farmers and environmental devastation.

Paradis
Paradis
$38.00
Pierre wakes up under a giant tree - a fever dream like trip with Pierre the monkey begins in the silent jungle. With puzzled images of nature and its representations, Paradis invites us to rediscover nature’s ability to make us imagine, dream and build new stories.

More than a story
More than a story
$28.00
Destructive eruptions of volcanos, the "general feeling of insecurity, acting as a kind of diagnosis of society: there is a sense of unease, of vague fear and malaise that cannot be related to any specific causes."

Meadow
Meadow
$35.00
Is this life on Mars? Referring to James Galvin's 1992 prose collection The Meadow, this project is about Mars, The Red Planet, the red fruit, right at the finger tip within our reach. 

Falling Forward
Falling Forward
$39.00
Could we see science as a metaphor for life itself? Just as surprising and unsure? A process of fall and rise? Interwoven with images from the NASA archive, Failing Forward connects minor and major mysteries from the everyday world with Space Age scientific advances. While shifting between the enigmatic and the specific, between the clear and the ambiguous, it depicts the delusion of people ever being in control in this world.

HIVES, 2400 B.C.E. – 1852 C.E.
HIVES, 2400 B.C.E. – 1852 C.E.
$35.00
Looking at hive as a home, a receptacle, "an inverted basket," HIVES, 2400 B.C.E. – 1852 C.E. suggests how human builds its connection with nature in and through the act of collecting. 

Mother's Therapy (Out of Print)
Mother's Therapy (Out of Print)
$52.00
Psilocybin is a naturally occurring hallucinogen produced by around 180 species of fungus. Artist Mathias de Lattre developed an interest in hallucinogenic mushrooms as they might constitute an alternative to the psychiatric treatment of his mother. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder twenty years ago, and the drugs prescribed to her paradoxically heavily degraded her health. And the interest then led him through prehistoric times, mycology and medicine, from the painted caves in Southern France and traditional medicinal practices in the jungle of Peru, to the scientists researching psilocybin in London and Zürich. 

Hexamiles (Mont-Voisin)
Hexamiles (Mont-Voisin)
$110.00
Daniel Gustav Cramer: 01-72
Daniel Gustav Cramer: 01-72
$28.00
 
Editor: Sixuan Tong


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