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August 31, 2012

The exhibition also has dedicated areas displaying exclusive creations of photographer Dan Holdsworth and digital artist Quayola. Dan Holdsworth spent several weeks in the Vallée de Joux to document the Valley at its stillest hours, capturing the ancient forests and glacial topography under the celestial presence of mist or moon to convey the extraordinary temporal significance vested in the landscape.

The exhibition also has dedicated areas displaying exclusive creations of photographer Dan Holdsworth and digital artist Quayola. Dan Holdsworth spent several weeks in the Vallée de Joux to document the Valley at its stillest hours, capturing the ancient forests and glacial topography under the celestial presence of mist or moon to convey the extraordinary temporal significance vested in the landscape.

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