“In December 2008, my brother and I visited Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord in Germany. In this park a contrast has been realized between nature and culture, in which the industrial heritage has been retained. This former steel production plant, which was in use until 1985, was transformed in 1989 into a landscape park. The park has been open to the public since 1994. In this park, nature is allowed to take over man-made structures, which leads to an interesting contrast between the organic structures like trees and the industrial structures like concrete, brick and steel. These structures lend themselves well for capture in black and white. For this image I was standing on a blast furnace: an exaggerated vertical perspective emphasizes the height of these silos. This image was on the cover of San Diego CityBeat in April 2011.” –Kerckhoffs

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16.5 x 20.5 x 1 in (L x H x D)


black, white

Art Type



Lightjet Print on Kodak Endura Paper

Edition for sale

9 of 20