Deidi von Schaewen travels the world looking for what man builds , anything concerning architecture, thoughtful and timeless, popular or improvised. Palaces, shanties, scaffolding, temporary decorations mounted for ritual celebrations, : as many public objects that she can gather to create unexpected typologies that reveal man’s unlimited creativity. And when she takes pictures of plants, bamboos or cactuses, she recreates monumental architectures, powerfully structured…
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