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The alienation of man from nature is the leitmotif in all of Jasmine Rossi’s work. The images show the world as it must have been over millions … Read More
The alienation of man from nature is the leitmotif in all of Jasmine Rossi’s work. The images show the world as it must have been over millions of years, a world in which humans have no place. But it would be wrong to describe them as naïve: They are conscious compositions that articulate a sense of vulnerability and desperation as they bear witness to an incredible beauty that is fading away forever. The result is a portfolio that expresses nostalgia for one of the last great frontiers in today’s shrinking world. At the same time it voices the artist’s passionate plea to put an end to the destruction of our environment so that ultimately, these pictures may also be interpreted as an attempt to provoke a change in the way we view our world. Read Less
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These images show the world as it must have been over millions of years, a world in which humans have no place. 
But it would be wrong to describe them as naïve: They are conscious compositions that articulate a sense of vulnerability and desperation as they bear witness to an incredible beauty that is fading away forever. The result is a portfolio that expresses nostalgia for one of the last great frontiers in today’s shrinking world. 
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