photo series, 2005

The Palm House is located on the site of the former Dutch Botanical Garden and was erected in 1881/2 to designs by Franz Xaver Segenschmid. […] Linked by tunnel-like passages, the pavilions contain different climatic zones: a ‘cold’ house to the north, a temperate zone in the central pavilion and a tropical zone in the south pavilion.”1

This series visually merges the inside and the outside, the architectural and the natural, challenging borders of visible and invisible human interventions.