Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Scale and Detail: An Interview with Jennifer Baichwal

By Justin Morris and Matthew I. Thompson | The Neutral | Jennifer Baichwal’s latest film, ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch (co-directed with Edward Burtynsky and Nicholas de Pencier, 2018), begins with a stark juxtaposition. As the film opens, a deep rumbling is heard on the soundtrack. Shortly thereafter the visual field is engulfed in flame: an…

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Envisioning the Anthropocene

By Esther Hershkovits | Good Trouble Magazine Over the last five years, three visual artists documented the staggering state of our current geological epoch – ‘The Anthropocene’ – collaborating with a research team of scientists to investigate our indelible signature on the planet. The Anthropocene Project is a multidisciplinary body of work from world-renowned artists Nicholas de…

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Interview: Edward Burtynsky Finds New Perspectives on the Anthropocene

By Rachel MacFarlane | FORMAT Magazine The renowned Canadian photographer discusses his latest work, which uses AR, film, and photography to document environmental change. October has been a busy month for Edward Burtynsky. Most significantly, the Canadian artist released a new series of his photographs, titled Anthropocene, on until November 3 at Toronto’s Nicholas Metivier Gallery. With collaborators…

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