Industrial Landscapes: Humanity Coexisting with Nature

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The focus of this project was on creating images of our industrial landscape and shows the coexistence of culture and nature. I confronted the landscape from a position that is accepting of our present landscape. While not idealizing the present industrial landscape I wanted to depict it in a way that is not devoid of beauty. I believe that no matter how the land is altered a certain grace still comes through in any landscape. In not idealizing or criticizing I wanted to show industrial areas in an accepting light and reveal the grace and beauty that is within every ... continued below

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Espey, Benjamin May 2003.

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The focus of this project was on creating images of our industrial landscape and shows the coexistence of culture and nature. I confronted the landscape from a position that is accepting of our present landscape. While not idealizing the present industrial landscape I wanted to depict it in a way that is not devoid of beauty. I believe that no matter how the land is altered a certain grace still comes through in any landscape. In not idealizing or criticizing I wanted to show industrial areas in an accepting light and reveal the grace and beauty that is within every landscape. It is through my photographs and all the subjective decisions made when creating these images that make it possible for others to see the beauty in these industrial landscapes.

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Espey, Benjamin. Industrial Landscapes: Humanity Coexisting with Nature, thesis, May 2003; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4221/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .