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Human Nature

Human Nature is a tragi-comedic look at our relationship with the natural world.

“Ask anyone, for what purpose everything exists… The general answer is that everything was created for our practical use and accommodation! ... In short, the whole magnificent scene of things is daily and confidently asserted to be ultimately intended for the peculiar convenience of mankind.  Thus do the bulk of the human species vauntingly elevate themselves above the innumerable existences that surround them”.

G.H Toulmin, The Antiquity and Duration of the World, 1780.

Images from the series were included in the exhibition 'A New Natural History', curated by Val Williams at the National Museum of Photography in Bradford.  They have also been published in Dazed and Confused. (see Tearsheets)

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