Carsten Meier

Carsten Meier

O WATERS | O waters Wash us, me, under the wrinkled granite straight-up slab, and sitting by camp in the pine shade Nanao sleeping Mountains humming and crumbling snowfields melting soil building on tiny ledges for wild onions and the flowers Blue Polemonium, great earth sangha Snyder, Gary. Turtle Island. New York: New Directions, 1974. Page 73

y photographs seek to both connect and disrupt conventions of photography, particularly the way it has been historically used to document the progress of industry. This project is ultimately a response to the relevance and ever-increasing attention pointed at water management in the West. One need only look to headlines concerning drought, decommission, and the recent evacuation at Oroville to more fully appreciate the significance of these long overlooked structures that are capable of balancing architectural allure with the strength to stop rivers just as they visually represent the dichotomy between water ecology and water management. www.carsten-meier.com

 

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