Light synthesis nature photography by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Light synthesis nature photography by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in Maison Martin Margiela dress by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in Maison Martin Margiela dress by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model and plant portrait by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model and plant portrait by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model portrait by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model portrait by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model with paint by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model with paint by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in Iris Van Herpen dress by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in Iris Van Herpen dress by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in gold green blue dress by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in gold green blue dress by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Art with red green lighting by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Art with red green lighting by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Red light synthesis by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Red light synthesis by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in front of orange window by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Model in front of orange window by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Light synthesis photography by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Light synthesis photography by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Fashion model green coat by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Fashion model green coat by Alexandra Von Fuerst

Synthesis

Photographs by Alexandra Von Fuerst
Styling by Alexis Roche

It’s estimated that 8.7 million species exist in the natural world, with the vast majority unidentified. As diverse as this bio-kingdom appears to be, there exists a common need that unites all life on Earth: light.

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This article appears in Volume 01: Neo-Natural of Atmos.

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Neo-Natural is a study of humankind's relationship to nature in the age of climate change, including topics such as resource depletion and regeneration, gene editing, cellular agriculture, and the increasingly inarguable effects of the Anthropocene on indigenous communities around the globe. It features contributions from artists like Yoko Ono, ANOHNI, Ryan McGinley, Daniel Beltra, and more, all attempting to answer the question: What does "natural" mean in the modern world?

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