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Tree Zone

art; book; nature; photo; white;
Book design for 'Tree Zone' photographic works by artists Trine Søndergaard and Nicolai Howalt.

'Tree Zone' by Trine Søndergaard and Nicolai Howalt is a photographic exploration of the Nordic landscape and ways in which we relate to it. Thematically and formally this work is a continuation of previous projects How To Hunt, Dying Birds and Hunting Ground.

In a series of images the artists have captured the barren landscapes found in areas along the Nordic timber line during winter. In this marginal land you see solitary trees weighed down by snow. The trees are bent and stunted by their harsh environment. Human forms may appear, but they seem insignificantly small within the vast, white nothingness. The catalogue seeks to compromise this.

Tree Zone
Trine Søndergaard & Nicolai Howalt
Format: 165 x 240 mm, saddle-stitched, soft cover, 32 pages, 15 colour ill., offset.
Editions: 500

ISBN 978-0-9800935-6-8





New York, US

Tree Zone

Nicolai Howalt and Trine Søndergaard

Artist couple working with photo based media who live and work in Copenhagen, Denmark. Howalt and Søndergaards photographic works carry references to the tradition of documentarism. Since 2005 they have carried out collaborative projects. Both has received numerous grants and awards and their works are held in collections both in Europe and US.


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