Dutch Landscapes - Mishka Henner
- Mishka Henner
- Self Published, 2011
In 2005 Google earth was introduced, for the first time satellite views of earth were now accessible to anyone with an internet connection. Quickly after it's initiation governments grew tense about the information that could be accessed by practically anyone and so places of government significance were censored by blurring, pixelisation and whiting. Of all the countries Holland was the one to most vivaciously embrace censorship, with locations ranging from Palaces, fuel depots and military camps. The Dutch technique for censorship is one of the most brash, using large multi-coloured polygons. These unusual images are placed within the book alongside unaltered arial views of the startling Dutch landscapes that have been adapted to defend against flooding. This book beautifully compares the two landscapes, imaginary and actual which have both been altered for real and possible attack.
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