With photographer David Bard, an overview of places of unsuspected beauty

With photographer David Bard, an overview of places of unsuspected beauty
With photographer David Bard, an overview of places of unsuspected beauty

Published on May 10, 2024 at 8:30 p.m. / Modified on May 10, 2024 at 9:04 p.m.

An oyster? A mass of ocher flowers? A water lily? In this series of photographs by David Bard, there’s no point trying to identify elements taken from nature. His works, as figurative as they are, in reality capture the most industrial sides of the face of the world.

Architect, co-partner of the Bard Yersin office based in Romont (FR), in his free time he hunts the gray areas of Google Maps, in particular looking for industrial wastelands, storage areas for construction site cranes or factories located outside urban areas. He then goes as close as possible to the site, his drone flying in the air to capture what he defines as “the insignificant” of our contemporary societies.

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