BROKEN LAND

: Paul (D.) photo.

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103pp., oblong 4to., illus., hardback, Johannesburg, 2019

 

Daylin Paul won the 2017 Ernest Cole Award for his project called "Broken Land". The photographs were taken in Mpumalanga and document "the cost of extracting and burning coal, an indictment against any notion of 'clean coal' and a testimony to the reality of those living close to the coal." from Paul's foreword

There are nine active fuel burning coal stations in Mpumalanga.

Includes an introduction by Cedric Nunn.

Daylin Paul was born in Overport, Durban, in 1985, and raised in Reservoir Hills and Chatsworth. He started working as a photographer for the Daily Voice", the Cape Times and the Cape Argus before moving to Johannesburg in 2015 to further his practice as a freelance photographer.