‘The Place Nobody Went’ More than ever, humans roam around the world. New places, new cultures, new experiences, there seems to be no limit to the desire of a traveler’s mind. From the trails through the African savannah, to the dunes of the Iranian desert, people even go to places humans would otherwise have nothing to do. Nature is setting the scene for humans to take the stage, like actors in their own road movies. But what are these people really looking for, this far from their homes? Are they brought here by the endless longings of their curiosity? Or is it rather the rewards of virtual thumbs-ups that they come to collect with the perfect shots posted on social networks? In this series, Natacha shows us the tension between the pure beauty of emblematic natural places and human presence, caused by tourism. She photographs landscapes bordering on the absurd that are triggered by the willingness to show irreal lives on social networks. www.natachademahieu.com ...
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