Clemens Driessen works as a more-than-human geographer at Wageningen University. He is interested in the ways in which animals, plants, humans, and other organisms shape each other's lives in contemporary and historical technological landscapes. In collaboration with designers, conservationists, farmers, scientists, and the occasional willing nonhuman, Clemens seeks to find wiggle room for playful encounters in spaces optimized for functionality and efficiency.
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The following is a visual essay on the living spaces of contemporary migrant workers in a Dutch polder. Drawing on historical and satellite imagery as well as f... More