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KATHRIN BRUCH | 176 MAL NUTZEN
The series '176 mal Nutzen' by the German photographer KATHRIN BRUCH takes us on a trip through the abandoned concrete landscapes of Seville, which were build to host the World Expo in 1992 and have since become obsolete. Buildings unwillingly interrelate and correlate with rays of light and water, more unwillingly than anything else. 176 days, 650 000 qm of commercial space and 526 million Euros in estimated costs. Numbers which speaks for themselves.
Kathrin Bruch studied photo-design at Lette Verein, Berlin. She graduated in 2009. Her pictures have since been part of various group exhibitions in Seville, Istanbul, Cologne and Berlin. In 2008 she won the "Deutsche Jugendfotopreis" and is currently working on projects which focus on architecture and landscape photography.
Photography by Kathrin Bruch | Courtesy of Kathrin Bruch