Minescape is a distressing work of landscape photography. Visually, the book takes a triangular structure that repeats itself throughout the pages: a landscape, a landmine, a prosthesis. The battlefield landscapes are photographed at dawn, romantic and vast, with fairy-tale colors. All that we are told is the location. They contrast with the coldness of the landmines and prostheses, shot like still lifes against a white background, accompanied by the chilling details of their designer, cost and use.
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