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witness (2013)

Troy Moth

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Witness is Troy's response to the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, a massive energy project that, if built, would carry over 500,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta's tar sands to Canada's rugged and beautiful west coast. Every inch of the landscape is irreversibly changed: forests and watersheds are polluted, the salmon are dead, the trees are rotting from the roots up. The whole land is a testament to the destructive energies of man. He searches through the ruins for whatever beauty remains. It's a kind of hopefulness brought about by desperation: that the earth is stronger than we give her credit for, and more persistent. He walks along the path, from one scene to the next, a witness to a loss so great it's impossible to convey it in words. He does what he can, collecting the last bits of good amongst the evil so they can be remembered.

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Troy Moth

Troy Moth is a photographer living in Victoria, Vancouver. His work has exhibited around the world in galleries from New York to Milan and received multiple awards in the past years. He loved the wild and abundant nature he grew up immersed in and has interested in the solitude which is incredibly powerful and healing. Also, he would like to recall our memories of how beautiful nature is. Troy's images are impactful in their stark, minimalist compositions

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Troy Moth

Witness is Troy's response to the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, a massive energy project that, if built, would carry over 500,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta's tar sands to Canada's rugged and beautiful west coast.

Every inch of the landscape is irreversibly changed: forests and watersheds are polluted, the salmon are dead, the trees are rotting from the roots up. The whole land is a testament to the destructive energies of man. He searches through the ruins for whatever beauty remains. It's a kind of hopefulness brought about by desperation: that the earth is stronger than we give her credit for, and more persistent. He walks along the path, from one scene to the next, a witness to a loss so great it's impossible to convey it in words. He does what he can, collecting the last bits of good amongst the evil so they can be remembered.

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