Art of Pollution
Photographer, artist, designer and visual storyteller. Hi combining fine art photography and photojournalism. As he says, the most intriguing topics are the interaction between nature and humans, and the consequences on the environment. From the air or from the ground level. Milan is multi-awarded National Geographic contributing photographer and he is the overall winner of 37th Hungarian Press competition and awarded on the 76th POYI with his ongoing long-term project Water Shapes Earth.
Aerial view and abstract presentation of different polluted sites across Europe. As the world grows we are draining the Earth. Production of metal, plastic, fertilizers and power pollutes, and contributes to global warming. Saturated colors of colossal human-made sites are leaving an overall sense of alarm and the duality in our own complicity, and art’s complicity in barbarism. Video exploring ashponds, red mud ponds and chemical residue pools, hidden or unreachable places from a new angle.