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Unformatted text preview: University of Waterloo and others 1 module 08 THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY contemporary artists ILKKA HALSO Finnish photographer Ilkka Halso's photographic series The Museum of Nature intel igently chal enges how we can imagine the natural environment of the future. This collection of images capture a series of man-made structures that enclose nature, protecting it like a relic of the past. Using im ages of landscapes and 3D digital m anipulation, this photographic collection captures a future vision of nature as a rare display. Challenging the audienc es interaction with the natural environment as endangered artifact, Halso manages to truly visualize a future we so desperately do not want to see become a reality. Ilkka Halso Restoration, untitled (6), 2000 Image courtesy of the artist University of Waterloo and others 2 Ilkka Halso Museum of Nature, Museum I, 2003 Image courtesy of the artist Ilkka Halso Museum of Nature, Kitka-River, 2004 Image courtesy of the artist Ilkka Halson Museum of Nature, Theatre 1, 2003 Image courtesy of the artist University of Waterloo and others...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course FINE 204 taught by Professor Adamglover during the Fall '11 term at Waterloo.
- Fall '11