"Mississipi" from the series Encounters
This series depicts desolate, uncanny and at times surreal spaces encountered during my walks in the harsh regional winters of rural Minnesota in 2019. A disenfranchised emptiness lurks between the city and the wilderness, in a desert of northern winter. Perhaps this desolation is a visual metaphor for the impacts of climate change. True wilderness—places untouched by mankind—no longer exist. The impact of our species affects all others. Yet we are a fragile, vulnerable part of a resilient natural system, where other life and the land will outlast us.
Mississippi, (U.S., 2019).
Fine art museum quality inkjet print.
Photo printed on an 8"X10" paper, following the original image proportions with a white margin.
Limited edition of 35.
The photo includes an ICE authenticity certificate.