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Manufactured Landscapes

Star rating: 4.5 of 6
2006 | 86 min | Recommended min. age: 6 y

This documentary follows Edward Burtynsky, an internationally acclaimed photographer on his journey to the world’s manufactured landscapes. His large-format photographs show his audiences how human’s have impacted and manipulated these areas in China, Bangladesh, and other rapidly developing countries. His work is of quarries, mines, recycling years, the Three Gorges Dam, and provides the photographic evidence of massive industrial revolution and its adverse affects on the surrounding landscape.

His work allows the audience to contemplate the impact of e-waste or industrial by-products on the planet and provides an artistic contrast between extreme growth and extreme pollution.

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