Petrochemical America, by Richard Misrach and Kate Orff


“The book’s combination of photographs, in-depth research and “speculative drawings” by landscape architect Kate Orff make for a fascinating portrayal of the layered and deep-rooted way in which Americans have plundered their environment for resources and the devastating legacies these behaviors have left behind. This book came out around the time I began Water and was immediately a benchmark I aspire to. The story of Man and Nature is, I believe, one of the most pertinent of our contemporary challenges.”
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- Mustafah Abdulaziz, Photographer