The Vulnerability Of Humankind Against ‘Mother Nature’

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Photographer Natalie Dybisz @ Miss Aniela is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images. Photographs from project ‘Ecology by Miss Aniela‘  To see Miss Aniela’s body of work click on any image.

 

Heatstroke

Heatstroke

 

Corkscrew

Corkscrew

 

Retreaded

Retreaded

 

A fallen body of work

‘Ecology’ is about our world, and the place of humanity within it, a beautiful yet polluting form. The images play with growth and disruption of growth, with ‘utopia’ and its opposite, dystopia. The images are an evolution of my playful self-portraiture from 2006-2009; it is a way to express a troubled outlook on the world, through quietly sinister and even unnerving distortions. A Biblical influence fuses with a modern-day environmental interest, inscribing the human form upon the landscape and vice versa, exploring the vulnerability of humankind against ‘mother nature’.

 

The Fourth Soil

The Fourth Soil

 

Handbreak

Handbreak

 

Moored

Moored

 

Gyre falls

Gyre falls

 

Free range

Free range

 

Nature's guests

Nature’s guests

 

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Bloom Face

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