photographic reflection on mass e-waste

by lara

Upon seeing posts on e-waste, I remembered this project I had heard of awhile ago by an artist named Chris Jordan- although it doesn’t delve very deep into the societal implications of e-waste, it is a nice photographic reflection on the sheer volume of materiality e-waste takes up.×64


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  cindypound wrote @


thanks for finding and sharing this. chris jordan explores the material byproducts of mass consumerism in a very compelling visual way. i’ve found a few other photographers who are also documenting e-waste from a material point of view, although unlike jordan these others tend to integrate people into the photos, bringing a different type of social commentary in their works:


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