Photographer Richard Mosse

Using film that was once used as military surveillance to identify areas of camoflauge in war torn areas, photographer RIchard Mosse captures parts of the Republic of Congo with kodak aerochrome infrared color film. Mosse employs it in a way that brings exagerated beauty to an area that’s struggled with horrendeous massacres and systematic violence — giving the viewer a look through dis-jointed rose colored glasses.




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