Industrial zones located on the outskirts of big cities regularly feature cooling towers. These bold man-made structures are extremely monotonous in architecture.
We are aware of their presence, yet we classify them as dull and not interesting. Ignoring them, erasing them from our view. The fact that these structures are situated in off-limit areas contributes to that perception.
But what if we got to see the interior of such towers? Would we still find them uninteresting? What would happen if we see beyond?
For this series I explored the inner workings and mechanisms of decommissioned cooling towers across Europe. These towers yield astonishing vistas, grand & impressive. I approached these objects as landscapes, searching for patterns, sense of scale, repetition, and disruption, rendering landscapes within.