Edited by Hans Hedberg, Tyrone Martinsson, Louise Wolthers, Gunilla Knape
Texts by Mark Klett, Anne Noble, , Kate Palmer, Chris Wainwright, Liz Wells, Colin Westerbeck
Design by Praun Guermouche
2014, English, Swedish, softcover
224 pages, 24 x 22 cm
The impact on nature of our industrialized culture - including the exploitation of natural resources, global warming, and climate change - is one of the most crucial and urgent issues of our times. Environmental centres with a common global interest have developed within several scientific disciplines, all trying to secure the future of our existence in the world as we know it.
Broken: Environmental Photography sets out to investigate environmental change and explore our relationship to nature. It also follows in the photographic tradition of raising awareness and supporting policymakers, politicians, researchers, environmentalists, and activists. Featuring texts by seminal environmental photographers and theorists, the book re-evaluates early environmental photography and investigates new ways of experiencing and visualizing landscapes in an interdisciplinary context.