Den Haag, August 2014

Den Haag, August 2014

Drenthe, 2014

Drenthe, 2014

Chantarelles, Russulas, woodpecker feather. Drenthe, The Netherlands August 2014

Chantarelles, Russulas, woodpecker feather. Drenthe, The Netherlands August 2014

Bergse Voorplas, Rotterdam

Bergse Voorplas, Rotterdam

radiata-zine:


Radiata
, by William Horan, Jacob Raupach, and Felix Wilson. Produced as part of an exhibition of photographs at Top Gallery in Hobart, Tasmania, July 2014.

32 pages. Edition of 100. (AUD) $7 + $5 p+h to anywhere in the world.

Radiata Pine (Pinus radiata) is one of the most widely planted trees in forestry plantations globally, yet is listed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) as endangered. This seemingly paradoxical status highlights the strange relationship that these trees have with human beings, existing between categories of nature and culture, between built and wild environments.

In Radiata, three emerging artists have created a document
exploring this relationship through the photographic image. The narrative that emerges is complex and multifaceted, drawing out questions about how we, as humans, perceive and relate to non-human species in the world.