Brandon Seidler fuses the chemicals taken in that area with his photographs- to show both toxin and landscape. Strange that he uses photography to protest. The photography process uses chemicals-manufactured products.
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In an effort to raise awareness of the effect that toxic chemicals can have on our environment, Brandon Seidler fuses the actual chemicals with his photographs taken in that area to juxtapose both toxin & landscape in disturbingly vibrant photographs created from his film manipulations. Seidler recently started a Kickstarter campaign to publish a photobook of this work titled “Impure” where states “If these are the effects the chemicals have on film what are the effects it will have on…
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