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Exploitation Landscapes

Exploitation Landscapes is an investigation into the constantly changing relationship between man and nature. Plaster cast reliefs explore this apparent dichotomy through traces found in the ENCI quarry in Maastricht. The reliefs show traces of geological, industrial and ecological processes that have inspired a century of public debate.

To produce the serie a mix of analogue and digital fabrication techniques were combined: CNC-milled base reliefs were made from pointcloud scans and satellite data while other traces where taken in situ with silicone. After its first exposition in Bureau Europa in 2016, a second exposition was held in 2017 in the Dominican church in Maastricht.

TITLE: Exploitation Landscapes
PROGRAM: Exhibition, Research
LOCATION: Maastricht, The Netherlands
CLIENT: Bureau Europa
YEAR: 2016-2017

In collaboration with: Bureau Europa, Bookstore Dominicanen

Exploitation Landscapes

Exposition
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