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On Earth - Imaging, Technology and the Natural World
Kenzie inside a Melting Glacier, Juneau Icefield Research Program, Alaska, 2016 © Lucas Foglia courtesy of the artist

On Earth - Imaging, Technology and the Natural World

Thomas Albdorf » Jeremy Ayer » Fabio Barile » Melanie Bonajo » Raphaël Dallaporta » Jonathas de Andrade » Mark Dorf » Lucas Foglia » Noémie Goudal » Mishka Henner » Femke Herregraven » Benoît Jeannet » Adam Jeppesen » Anouk Kruithof » Mårten Lange » Douglas Mandry » Drew Nikonowicz » Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács » Mehrali Razaghmanesh » Guillaume Simoneau » Awoiska van der Molen » Guido van der Werve » Maya Watanabe »

Exhibition: – 2 Sep 2020

Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam

Keizersgracht 609
1017 DS Amsterdam

+31 (0)20-5516500


www.foam.org

Mon-Wed 10-18; Thu-Fri 10-21; Sat-Sun 10-18

On Earth - Imaging, Technology and the Natural World
Bird nest © Marten Lange courtesy of the artist

Foam will reopen on 1 June 2020.
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Photography enables us to observe the world and the effects of our existence in it. It can be used to document, eternalise and motivate events. Photography has also testified to the paradoxical relationship between man, nature and technology. As we use contemporary technologies to document and question our relationship with the natural world, we increasingly experience this world through the very same technologies used.

On Earth – Imaging, Technology and the Natural World unites the work of 27 contemporary artists who use innovative visual techniques to reflect on the evolving relationship between humans and nature. Besides photography, the artists make use of installation, sculpture, in-game photography and video. Their various visual approaches diverge and converge throughout the exhibition. These artists show they both seek to explore and reunite our technological, socio-economical, spiritual and political connection with the world.

On Earth - Imaging, Technology and the Natural World
Typical Alpine Flora at the Hochschwab Area © Thomas Albdorf courtesy of the artist

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS
Thomas Albdorf (1982), Jonathas de Andrade (1982), Jeremy Ayer (1986), Fabio Barile (1980), Matthew Brandt (1982), Melanie Bonajo, (1978), Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács (1974 & 1973), Raphaël Dallaporta (1980), Mark Dorf (1988), Lucas Foglia (1983), Noémie Goudal (1984), Mishka Henner (1976), Femke Herregraven (1982), Benoît Jeannet (1991), Adam Jeppesen (1978), Anouk Kruithof (1981), Mårten Lange (1984), Douglas Mandry (1989), Awoiska van der Molen (1972), Drew Nikonowicz (1993), Mehrali Razaghmanesh (1983), Guillaume Simoneau (1978), Troika (1976 & 1977), Maya Watanabe (1983), Guido van der Werve (1977).

On Earth was curated by Foam and produced in collaboration with Les Rencontres d’Arles.

The exhibition is made possible by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, MIAP Foundation, Goethe-Institut Amsterdam, Institut français des Pays-Bas and Kleurgamma Fine-Art Photolab.

Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, City of Amsterdam, Foam Members, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.

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2014-10- © Drew Nikonowicz courtesy of the artist
On Earth - Imaging, Technology and the Natural World
'Progress Vs Sunsets, Re-formulating the Nature Documentary', 2017 full HD one-channel colour with sound, 48:20 minutes © Melanie Bonajo courtesy of the artist & AKINCI
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