For a period of two years, the well-known and internationally successful photographer Ingo Arndt traveled all around the globe to capture images of animal architecture, from the six-foot hills of tiny red ants in their native forests to the colorfully decorated courtship arenas of the bowerbirds im West Papua. These and other constructions, with their unusual architecture and fascinating aesthetics, are the focus of Arndt’s photographs. The various builders are shown alongside their dwellings. The stunning designs, taken from the wild, are complemented by detailed studio photography. Here, Ingo Arndt showdases a captivating world that would otherwise remain unexplored.
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