Isabella Hunts - Photographing Hunting Cultures
“The hunting experience is a difficult thing to translate into words or images, because the hunt has countless faces.” Isabella Rozendaal has had a lifelong fascination with hunting and its cultural differences around the world and the immense contradictions it engenders. She travelled with her camera through the United States, Abu Dhabi, Germany and the Netherlands, and even into the Brazilian Amazon in pursuit of learning more about practices around hunting non-human animals, whether for sustenance or livelihood, as an age-old aristocratic pursuit, or custodial management of wild animal populations. The images promote reflection on the romantic and moral notions of hunting.
|64 p, ills colour, 24 x 32 cm, pb, English|