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While traveling in Cuba, the Antarctic, and the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, Italian photographer Carolina Sandretto captured landscapes altered over time by people, some long-gone. In Cuba, rooms full of things still in use, even if old and often broken. Traces of human passage in the Antarctic removed apart from a few whaling villages. In Svalbard, photographs of personal belongings of miners who lived and worked in before the area was abandoned after the fall of the USSR in the 1980’s. Traces of life, memories: all things left behind.
On show from 30 Jan until 30 March at Room 240 and 243. Free entry.