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Material exploration in response to the complex memory the German Baltic landscape holds 

“Dissonance is produced by any landscape that enchants in the present but has been a site of violence in the past. But to read such a place only for its dark histories is to disallow its possibilities for future life, to deny reparation or hope – and this is another kind of oppression. If there is a way to see such landscapes, it might be thought of as ‘occulting’: the nautical term for a light that flashes on and off, and in which the periods of illumination are longer than the periods of darkness.” – Robert Macfarlane 

The photography was made in collaboration with artist Samantha Albert and will be exhibited in dialogue with Albert's sculpture. 

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