Complete folio Dying Nature

Experimentally capturing the death of a tree

The beginning of the 90s was under the impression of acid rain and forest dieback. Thomas Kellner experimented since 1993 with a pinhole camera, with which he exposed collages on a negative. Ten different pictures were created, which experimentally captured the death of a tree between Chinese calligraphy, ornamentation and monotype. In the process, the first photographs were taken, which intervened in the composition by means of tilted camera. 

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1994: Portfolio Dying Nature

Detailed information about this folio of dead trees

Title: Dying Nature
Editor: Thomas Kellner
Photographer: Thomas Kellner
Prints: 10 prints
Size of paper:  30 x 40 cm
Size of image: 16,4 x 23,5 cm
Edition: 10+3
Release Date: 1994
Price: 6900,- Euros

Acknowledgement for this folio of dying nature

Thank you to the family of my former ex-girlfriend to bring me to north of Germany, where I found this subject so interesting to me.

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