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The New World

 

The world is quickly changing and not for the best: by sacrifying everything in the name of progress and wealth we are destroying nature to build houses, industries and to create new objects in the name of a “better future”. Everything is left behind and everything has a devastating impact on what’s around us.

Travelling throught Vietnam, where the process of industrialization is not as fast as in the western modernized countries and where wildlife still appears to be intact, I started to document the spaces around me without the human presence.

Overlooking the dramatic consequences that the impact of the human society has on the natural world, I stopped my glance on the world as it is now, with no prejudices. Even thou the human presence is still visible, it seems that the homes, industries and the human artifacts can still find an integration in the natural world: like if the world, deprived by men, could still find a new beauty where the natural and the artificial, separated at birth, could combine to create a new order, a new world.

The world is quickly changing and not for the best: by sacrifying everything in the name of progress and wealth we are destroying nature to build houses, industries and to create new objects in the name of a “better future”. Everything is left behind and everything has a devastating impact on what’s around us.

Travelling throught Vietnam, where the process of industrialization is not as fast as in the western modernized countries and where wildlife still appears to be intact, I started to document the spaces around me without the human presence.

Overlooking the dramatic consequences that the impact of the human society has on the natural world, I stopped my glance on the world as it is now, with no prejudices. Even thou the human presence is still visible, it seems that the homes, industries and the human artifacts can still find an integration in the natural world: like if the world, deprived by men, could still find a new beauty where the natural and the artificial, separated at birth, could combine to create a new order, a new world.