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LDPE — Julian Faulhaber — Frankfurt, Germany

Julian Faulhaber’s photographs evoke such a sense of the uncanny out-of-place, where the natural becomes artificial — and vice versa.

Looking at the work of Julian Faulhaber is like seeing the world through Tupperware-tinted glasses, the pristine locations he pictures epitomise an artificial landscape. Yet while they are devoid of human presence, and represent what the photographer calls ‘aggregations of spotlessness’, the sense of manipulation is itself not real and the emotional content far from barren.

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