Residue Amsterdam 

 

In our current work we are examining the colours inherent to various plants at ruderal areas in Amsterdam. We focus on roadside plants that germinate spontaneously, among them Neophytes, plants that are newcomers. 

Disseminated from across the border by the transport network, surviving uncultivated in their new environment. 

We extract the natural dyes of plants which we transfer into photographic film material, and represent the physical aspect of the plants in a documentative manner using photograms. It is a parallel project presented as a polyptych consisting of two or more panels. 

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Bitter dock / Rumex obtusifolius, Amsterdamse bos Amsterdam (10)

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Common dandelion / Taraxacum officinale, Stavangerweg Amsterdam (3)

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Rough Poppy / Papaver hybridum, Drie Burgpad Amsterdam (6)

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Common hollyhock / Alcea rosea, Kerkstraat Amsterdam (4)

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Official burnet / Sanguisorba officinalis, Oude Haagseweg Amsterdam (11)

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Persian Poppy / Papaver bracteatum, Gooiseweg Amsterdam (5)

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Cushion moss / Leucobryum glaucum, Ringvaartdijk Amsterdam (7)

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Wall lettuce / Mycelis muralis, Maxwellstraat Amsterdam (9)

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Bay laurel / Laurus nobilis, Oude Haagseweg Amsterdam (8)

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Mouse eared chickweed / Cerastium tomentosum, Drie Burgpad Amsterdam (2)

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Hard Shield Fern / Polystichum aculeatum, Amsterdamse bos Amsterdam (1)

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Himalayan Balsam / Impatiens glandulifera, Boeierspad Amsterdam

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Tufted Vetch / Vicia cracca, Westhavenweg Amsterdam

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Japanese cherry / Prunus serrulata, Copplestockstraat Amsterdam

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Canadian horseweed / Conyza canadensis, Ottho Heldringstraat Amsterdam

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Black alder / Alnus glutinosa (male flower), Ookmeerpolder

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Common fleabane / Pulicaria dysenterica (flower), Amsteldijk

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Blackberry / Rubus fruticosus (fruit), Amsteldijk

Spontaneous occuring plants growing in Amsterdam
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Photograms on negatives
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Photogram

Sharp Dock / Rumex conglomeratus, Amsterdamse Bos Amsterdam

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Photogram

Common dandelion / Taraxacum officinale, Stavangerweg Amsterdam

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Photogram

Rough Poppy / Papaver hybridum, Drie Burgpad Amsterdam

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Photogram

Common hollyhock / Alcea rosea, Kerkstraat Amsterdam

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Photogram

Official burnet / Sanguisorba officinalis, Oude Haagseweg Amsterdam

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Photogram

Persian Poppy / Papaver bracteatum, Gooiseweg Amsterdam

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Photogram

Cushion moss / Leucobryum glaucum, Ringvaartdijk Amsterdam

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Photogram

Wall lettuce / Mycelis muralis, Maxwellstraat Amsterdam

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Photogram

Bay laurel / Laurus nobilis, Oude Haagseweg Amsterdam

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Photogram

Snow-in-Summer / Cerastium tomentosum, Drie Burgpad Amsterdam

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Photogram

Hard Shield Fern / Polystichum aculeatum, Amsterdamse bos

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Photogram

Himalayan Balsam / Impatiens glandulifera, Boeierspad Amsterdam

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Photogram

Tufted Vetch / Vicia cracca, Westhavenweg amsterdam

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Photogram

Japanese cherry / Prunus serrulata, Coppelstockstraat Amsterdam

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Photogram

Ottho Heldringstraat Amsterdam

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Photogram

Maple / Acer / Ottho heldringstraat, Amsterdam

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Photogram

Narrow-leaves ragwort / Senecio inaquidens / Aletta Jacobslaan

Reed Canary-grass, Phalaris arundinacea, Reguliersgracht Amsterdam Centre

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Florachromes at Huis Marseille Museum of Photography Amsterdam

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Photo documentation by Eddo Hartmann
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