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Little We See

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silver gelatin print 88 x 106 cm. edition 3+1 AP

"Little we see" is the beginning of the third line of the famous Wordsworth Sonnet: 'The world is too much with us', in which he complains that we give too much of our time and life to 'sordid' things instead of embracing the renewing and revigorating forces of nature. 

These romantic poems, when read in 21st century, can have a sort of naïve ring to it because they look at nature as some sublime and grand happening of which we should be in awe and admiration.

Nowadays, we tend to look at nature more as a 'thing', something we can objectify and put to our use (whether it's for pleasure, for industrial use or for other reasons). Our position now is very anthropocentric. Modern science though tends to look at a more holistic theory, in which we are again part of our environment. Because if we keep putting ourselves in the centre, soon enough, there will be no more of us.    

Framing: float frame 92 x 110 cm, solid beechwood oiled, inside painted black. The print is waxed so it's protected against accidental moisture and environmental degradation.

More info on our in-house-made frames here.

Sku: Usually ships within 3 business days
Framing
€1,850.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

Kurt is a photographer mainly interested in anthropology, landscape philosophy, cultural heritage and the historical dimensions of photography.

He works on several large projects at the same time. Recurrent themes are contemporary romanticism, urbanisation, nomads, spirituality & ecology.

His work is exhibited in Belgium, France, & Russia and is in several museum- & private collections. 

www.kurtderuyter.com