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Watching Humans Watching: Inka and Niclas Photography

  • Posted by SHFT on April 6, 2011 in Art
  • The portfolio of Stockholm-based artist duo Inka Lindegard and Niclas Holmstrom is filled with beautifully clean, slightly oddball photographs like these ones from their recent show, Watching Humans Watching. For the show, the pair captured epic landscapes populated by isolated tourists taking in the scenery, like wildlife photography with humans instead of animals.

    The photographs depict archetypal human expectations and actions in nature. By detaching ourselves from the natural environment and from the groups and individuals we find there, we are able to approach our subjects with the same distance a nature photographer applies to animals.

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