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The Power of Nature.

Photographs by Lori Nix. Text by Timo Skrandies. Edited by Bettina Paust.
Wienand Verlag, Köln, Germany, 2016. 120 pp., 62 color illustrations, 11¼x9¾".

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Selected as Book of the Week by Maggie Blanchard

What is left when humankind no longer exists? The work of the American artist Lori Nix (b. 1969) offers possible answers: with her photographs, which are based on self-built, small-format dioramas, she unsettles our people-focused world view. Former animated places are robbed of their function, the supremacy of man displaced. A spark of hope nevertheless mingles within these bleak visions, for the ousted nature reclaims its territory as a last bastion of the living.

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