As part of the Transition, Social Landscape Project, Alain Willaume was invited to reflect on threats related to shale gas exploitation projects in the Karoo desert region of South Africa. Echoing this uncertain future, he invents an evanescent metaphor and interrogates a land haunted by suspicions and anxieties emanating from the inhabitants met by the wayside. His images – whose...
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