Photograph by Justin Brice
Photograph courtesy Justin Brice
Justin Brice is an American fine art photographer whose large-scale images explore the themes of ecology and time. His projects take inspiration from 19th-century American landscape painters, classical Chinese scroll painting, NASA satellite imagery, climate change, and biology.
Brice employs hyper-focal or hyper-axis techniques in his imagery to create the illusion of a timeless space devoid of dimension or perspective. The work charts a continuum from utopia to distopia, serving as a contemplative chronology of humankind's path toward accelerated modernization—from the genesis of a raw and natural world to a civilization reaching the point of a questionable decline.
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