Review: Emilio Cresciani: Reconstructed Landscapes explores climate change through photochips | The Canberra Times

By bringing what he describes as “these cut fragments” into an art gallery, Cresciani hoped to highlight the gap between the myth of the Australian bush and the real cost of our lifestyles. Sliced ​​and cut, sawn and hacked, these images upset the perception of trees as beautiful, functional, replaceable. They are out of place, not as they should be. The artist has succeeded in his aim. Reconstructed Landscapes effectively highlights the costs of humankind’s failings.

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