The hills of Eastern Congo aren’t pink, no, but Richard Mosse made them so. From the New Yorker: “Mosse used Aerochrome, an obsolete technology, to create an alternative image of the complex social and political dynamics of the country. The film…reveals a spectrum of light beyond what the human eye can perceive. He aims “to shock the viewer with this surprising bubblegum palette, and provoke questions about how we tend to see, and don’t see, this conflict.” ”
An incredible body of work here.
LINK: RICHARD MOSSE