“All images exhibited here show landscapes which have emerged in the course of natural geological processes, without any human influence and manipulation. These landscapes are fragile Nature-created formations which, in the long run, will be unable to resist man’s unstoppable urge to exploit – they will alter and ultimately disappear.
When we talk about beautiful landscapes or nature, we mostly refer to the landscapes transformed by man. I, on the other hand, gladly juxtapose those with the ones which have not yet been touched by a human hand and are practically unchanged, still in their primordial form.’
‘I keep moving between two worlds: the world of science in the most general sense of the word and that of art … this constant oscillation between documentary and detached, abstract photography is the most exciting factor rendering inspiration to my work.” – Bernhard Edmaier