Check out MICA Photo Alum Joshua Dudley Greer ’02 feature in Wired Magazine!
Given enough time, nature has an uncanny ability to erase evidence of human activity. But as Joshua Dudley Greer’s series Point Pleasant illustrates, not everything we do can be undone, and grave danger can lurk within placid places.
Greer’s images depict seemingly unremarkable scenes in the woods of West Virginia, landscapes pockmarked by concrete igloos. The images were taken at McClintic Wildlife Management Area, part of what once was West Virginia Ordnance Works, a military facility that manufactured and stored trinitrotoluene (TNT) during World War II.