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ULTRADISTANCIA

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Abu Dabi

Abu Dabi

 

 

 

Al Zaatar

Al Zaatar

 

 

 

AUROVILLE

AUROVILLE

 

 

 

BEIJING

BEIJING

 

 

 

BEIJING

BEIJING

 

 

 

BRASILIA

BRASILIA

 

 

 

BRASILIA

BRASILIA

 

 

 

BRASILIA

BRASILIA

 

 

 

BRASILIA

BRASILIA

 

 

 

Central Park

Central Park

 

 

 

Cuba

Cuba

 

 

 

Dadaab

Dadaab

 

 

 

Dadaab

Dadaab

 

 

 

DAEL

DAEL

 

 

 

DUBAI

DUBAI

 

 

 

DUBAI

DUBAI

 

 

 

FUKUSHIMA

FUKUSHIMA

 

 

 

FUKUSHIMA

FUKUSHIMA

 

 

 

FUKUSHIMA+NUCLEAR

FUKUSHIMA+NUCLEAR

 

 

 

HAMBURGO

HAMBURGO

 

 

 

KALAOA+ROMBPS

KALAOA+ROMBPS

 

 

 

KAWASAKI

KAWASAKI

 

 

 

 

 

 

ORLY

ORLY

 

 

 

PALMANOVA

PALMANOVA

 

 

 

TOKIO

TOKIO

 

 

 

URUGUAY

URUGUAY

 

 

 

VENEZIA

VENEZIA

 

 

 ULTRADISTANCIA

 Federico Winer 

 

 

ULTRADISTANCIA is a fine art photographic project on travel and movement. Traveling without moving and the possibilities of perception we have about the world plays a paradox: we move over the world while been quiet but it is necessary a lot of movement to fix an image. This project is about taking infinite tours over our planet from the marvelous screens of Google Earth to the encounter of geometries, shapes and topographies, natural and humans. We can see there the thin edge between the alteration of the landscape by the action of man and the very power of nature that leaves it negligible. What the human eye sees, from satellites and computers or from the lens of a camera, is always a way of seeing.

About

Federico Winer (b.1973, Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a multitalented artists, photographer and producer. An inveterate traveler, professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires, with backgrounds coming from Political Science, Philosophy, Architecture and the arts. Founding member of the Experimental Group of Experimental Thought Soy Cuyano, with more than 30 academic and art performances in Argentina and Europe.

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