With this monumental, vast turquoise print Marcel Wesdorp arguably made one of his most tender works so far.
He has turned one of the most merciless interventions of nature, crudely appropriated by man, into an almost hallucinating ocean of mystery and oblivion.
This one and other recent works by Wesdorp are presently on show along older works at Galerie Helder.
He leads the viewer from algorithmic landscapes to compositions made with satellite recordings.
A tireless seeker for the sublime, Wesdorp uses the most advanced digital means, where others would use these techniques only for rational data.
As such he combines the wonders of the world with the wonders of the mind.
It is a small show, but a good medicine against the narrow-mindedness of these days.
However, you have to hurry as next Saturday will be the last day of the exhibition.
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Contents of all photographs courtesy to Marcel Wesdorp and Galerie Helder, Den Haag
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