As a child, Stephan Crasneanscki spent several months a year visiting his grandfather in the Black Forest. Since then, he has never stopped exploring the darkened paths that Martin Heidegger called Holzwege, or “timber tracks,” which lead to nowhere. Still today, Crasneanscki spends three months a year in this calm, cold forest, from which he sometimes returns with a few photographs. He revisits the same sites, exploring their passages and the ties between nature and myth.
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