The relationship between humans and the natural landscape is constantly shifting. Land Use, a group exhibition of work by Robert Burley, Dana Fritz, Geoffrey James and Jamey Stillings at Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto, responds to these changing dialogues.
Exploring our connection to the environment through different approaches to photography, the collection surveys urban and rural landscapes, exploring the impacts of industry and globalisation.
From 21 July. Find out more here.
1. Geoffrey James – Lethbridge, A Better Way of Life, 1999 © Geoffrey James / courtesy Stephen Bulger Gallery
2. Robert Burley, E.T. Seton Park, 2014. © Robert Burley / courtesy Stephen Bulger Gallery
3. Jamey Stillings, #6425, 2 June 2012. © Jamey Stillings / courtesy Stephen Bulger Gallery