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The series No Place Like Home, is a conceptual view on the modern human life.
Wealth and technological advances have never been as prevalent as in present times. In our safe homes we have everything we desire, and all the comforts we think are needed. However, many of us can go an entire day without touching soil, breathing fresh air or seeing an animal. Little of what we interact with in our daily lives reminds us of the natural world it’s all built upon.
In this series, modern life’s routines are stripped of their familiar surroundings and replaced entirely with scenes of wilderness. This juxtaposition reveals an unsettling irony: Much of our daily behaviour is considered to be natural, but why does an image of our regular existence look so alien when set against nature?