Ursula Schulz-Dornburg – ‘I Want to Archive These Places for Later Generations’ | TateShots

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg is a German photographer known for her conceptual black and white photographs of barren environments.

Urusla Schulz-Dornburg’s photography documents the landscape of abandoned spaces. In this film she tells us her aim is to find and preserve the leftover ‘traces in nowhere’. From nuclear test facilities in Kazakhstan to environments destroyed by war and tourism she has built an incredible and poignant archive of deserted spaces and the legacy of their historical purpose and activity.


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