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A visual exploration of the ‘clay hypothesis’, the theory according to which clay helped the evolution of early life forms.
A colourful speculation on the deep future of electronic waste as it sediments into Earth’s stratigraphic record.
A visual record of observations of glacial erratics in Dutch terrains and their Scandinavian bedrock.
Examining the experience of light, scale and spatiality through an eclectic variety of images of mountains, rocks and stones.
About life in the technical zone around locks, ports and ships, following the renovation of the sea lock in IJmuiden, port access to Amsterdam.
A combination of a visual study and cultural-historical research findings on the ‘arsenic eaters’ from the pre-20th century rural population of the Alps.
Special edition box of The Arsenic Eaters with two prints and one piece of Arsenopyrite on Quartz.
Investigating the transformation and fragmentation of the landscape around talc stone quarries in the Pyrenees.