Accepting his 2005 TED Prize, photographer Edward Burtynsky makes a wish: that his images -- stunning landscapes that document humanity's impact on the world -- help persuade millions to join a global conversation on sustainability.
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Manufactured Landscapes is the striking documentary on the world and work of renowned artist Edward Burtynsky. Internationally acclaimed for his large scale photographs of manufactured landscapes - quarries, recycling yards, factories, mines and dams - Burtynsky creates stunningly beautiful art from civilization's materials and debris. The film follows him through China, as he shoots the.
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Watching Manufactured Landscapes ten years after its release, the scale of the problem has only multiplied but this film does not relay the story in the reams of data readily available on the.
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Manufactured Landscapes Jennifer Baichwal (2006) 90 minutes English with Turkish subtitles Based on photographs by Edward Burtynsky, Manufactured Landscapes (2006) interrogates social and enviromental effects of industrial work and manufacturing. Internationally acclaimed for his large-scale photographs of “manufactured landscapes”—quarries, recycling yards, factories, mines and dams.
Join us in the Bookshop to meet photographer Edward Burtynsky who will be signing his brand new book Anthropocene and other titles in the Bookshop Wednesday 17 October 16.30-17.30, before a screening of Manufactured Landscapes at the Regent Street Cinema. Anthropocene is the newest book by Edward Burtynsky to document human destruction of the earth on a geological scale.