Peacekeepers
Looks Like Crab But Is Not Crab
In Aerial Times
Once In A While







Wether it is a labradoodle or all-purpose cleaner: Daan Wubben draws inspiration from oddly ordinary themes, that no-one else seems to even blink an eye at. He uncovers the underlying implications of such themes from the cobwebs of our assumptions by directing our attention towards something ‘extra’ within the ‘ordinary’. His work is both relatable and poetic, but leaves nothing to the imagination. Using the mirror of his camera, Daan reflects on different sides of a narrative, so that we can see the bigger picture

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︎︎︎In Aerial times


Where’s Waldo-effect


The world is documented a little better every day. Aerial cameras are capable of capturing big overviews in great detail. Zooming out seems to be endless, until the ‘Where’s Waldo-effect’ occurs: interesting details are lost in the bigger picture. ‘In Aerial Times 2’ invites people to take a closer look at these type of photographs. Using an interactive screen one can zoom in ever closer: an intense way to create an understanding of what you are actually looking at.

In Aerial Times 2 (2018)







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