Jun 10, 2008

Museum of Nature - Ikka Halso

I visualize shelters, massive buildings where big ecosystems could be stored as they are found today, in the present. These massive buildings protect forests, lakes and rivers from pollution and, more importantly, they protect nature from the actions of man himself. At the same time, I study different aspects of man’s relation to nature as though a rare, unique and endangered place.
-Ikka Halso

A photography series by Ikka Halso, with the use of landscape images & 3d manipulations, reflects how man-made architecture could eventually live with/protect the natural environment.

text & images from: http://ilkka.halso.net/

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