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LENSCRATCH - JAMEY STILLINGS: CHANGING PERSPECTIVE: THE EVOLUTION OF IVANPAH SOLAR

March 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Tessellations of solar panels fill geometric fields across the desert in Jamey Stillings' Changing Perspective: The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar. The Fine Art Photography Daily Lenscratch recently featured his work, which documents large-scale renewable energy projects from an aerial perspective. In Stillings' words, “I am fascinated by the visual energy created at the intersections of nature and human activity… In our inexorable quest for energy to meet the growing demands of a consumption dependent culture, we are transforming our natural, rural, and urban landscapes at an accelerating pace. The need to examine such transformations with an aesthetic and critical eye is compelling and necessary."

Sounds a lot like our mission statement!

High & Dry salutes Mr Stilling's dedication and artistry in service of this important and timely issue. We also find Lenscratch a daily requirement for perusal and deep thought about new developments in fine are photography. Our thanks to author/photographer Aline Smithson for bringing this and other important work to our awareness.
 
See the full Lenscratch/Jamey Stillings post HERE.
 
 
 
Jamey Stillings - Changing Perspectives: The Evolution of Ivanpah SolarJamey Stillings - Changing Perspectives: The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar
Jamey Stillings - from Changing Perspectives: The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar
 

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