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The works in Federico’s Ultradistancia series are often named after a town or landmark depicted in the image or close to it. According to the artist, Antarnes depicts mining operation in India. “When I find a pattern,” Federico says, “I don’t necessarily know where I am and I do research to figure out where it is.” He was drawn to this corner of our Earth because of the contrast between the human intervention on the land and the natural geography of the place.
Argentine photographer Federico Winer has spent over two years creating Ultradistancia, a fascinating series based on Google Earth imagery, which depicts our world in a ultramodern way. While Federico also makes more classical photography, this most recent series shows Federico’s interest in blurring the lines between fine art and traditional photography. His work has been exhibited internationally from Italy and Germany to Thailand and Israel. Additionally, he’s been written up in prominent publications such as The Huffington Post, Gizmodo, Forbes, Vice, and The Atlantic.