Competition Gallery

 

Minna Pollanen

Hilltop

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Air

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Cones (spruce, pine)

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Ice (fresh water)

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Stone and reed

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Pebble

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Sapling

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


Tree count

Course: MA Photography, London College of Communication

Attempts was made on a small, undeveloped piece of family land and maps out a survey into the notion of land ownership. Through collecting, containing and marking different pieces of the landscape, the project explores the various geographical and topographical elements found within the lot. The apparently futile constructions depicted in the photographs aim to visualise the often illogical commodification of nature and question the ownership of something that exists in a constant state of flux. How does one own land and what does that ownership actually constitute of?

Attempts has been supported by the Arts Council of Finland and the Finnish Cultural Foundation

www.minnapollanen.com


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