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Akademie der Künste, Berlin /

Kunstverein Springhornhof, 2010/2011

“The viewer stands before a cube whose sides are completed covered with projections of photographs of industrial-looking landscapes in the southwest United States. The pictures change every few seconds. We see areas whose topography has been radically altered by human interventions to extract valuable natural resources such as salt, copper, silver, and gold: the site of the Bingham Copper Mine in Utah, the Carlin Gold Mine in Nevada, and Red Hill Crater in California, whose volcanic stone is mined as a material for soundproofing.“ (Exhibition text)

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