Work-trip in July to Jökulheimar the home of glaciers, situated in the lower part of the Tungná River on the edge of the Tungná Glacier, Iceland. The area around Jökulheimar is a barren wasteland of black sand and lava. Photography in image using Hasselblad Xpan.
MAINOEUVRE gallerie BERLIN 15th - 18th May
selected artists: GUDRUN NIELSEN, MARISSA WEATHERHEAD, GENA NEUMANN, DIEUWKE SLUMP, NATALIA BUDZAN, ULF KOENIG, MIRIAM DURANGO, TIM JUEL-JACOBSEN, KAREL STOOP, KATHARINA GOLDYN, ANA SEIXAS, BALAZS KULCSAR
T H E M O U N T A I N S E R I E S 2 0 1 4 - 2 0 1 8 G U F U N E S , R E Y K J A V Í K
“This waste are the ruins of consumerism in the contemporary world, ruins that are in constant motion, becoming mountains that lasts only for a certain amount of time, then moved or disappears by human involvement. Gudrun pauses at this momentum of transformation, in this gradual process that is on slow but constant drift. Like Robert Smithson, was fascinated by the impact of industry on the environment and the city, Gudrun points out to us the human impact within the city landscape”.
translated from the catalogue Breytingar / Changes 2018 text Aldís Arnardóttir art historian and curator
Aesthetica magazine, by invitation, Issue 86, with its theme A Renewed Perspective.
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