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David Burdendy


Canada

41 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by DAVID BURDENY

Castello, Tuscany, Italy

2022

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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San Marco Dawn, Venice, Italy

2022

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Montparnasse at Dawn, Paris, France

2022

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Brujas_

2021

88.89 x 88.89 x 8.89cm

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San Giorgio Maggiore with Gondola Station_

2021

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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San Geremia, Palazzo Labia on the Grand Canal, Venice_

2021

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Sakura 1 Kyoto_

2021

101.6 x 81.28 x 5.08cm

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Sakura 8_

2021

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Sakura and stream_

2021

101.6 x 81.28 x 5.08cm

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Carnon-Plage, France_

2021

111.76 x 185.42 x 5.08cm

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Oyster Racks, Meze, France_

2021

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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November Sky, Côte d'Azur, France_

2021

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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North Sea, Netherlands_

2021

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Veld 06, Noordoostpolder, The Netherlands_

2021

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Veld 15, Noordoostpolder, The Netherlands_

2021

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Drift North Sea dunkerque_

2021

109.22 x 109.22 x 5.08cm

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Drift Klikitytat_

2021

109.22 x 109.22 x 5.08cm

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Pastel Facades, Hong Kong

2022

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Khufu with Horses, Giza, Egypt

2022

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Desert Walk (Dispersed), Lençóis Maranhenses

2022

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Spanish Steps, Rome, Italy

2022

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Photosynthetic 1, Great Salt Lake, Utah

2022

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Broome 3 Western Australia

2021

81.28 x 101.6 x 5.08cm

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Surfer Perth

2021

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Broome 2 Western Australia

2021

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Spiral Jetty 1

2020

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Tangents 2

2020

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Saltern Study 01

2020

111.76 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Koy Fish and sakura petals

2020

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Parallax Great Salt Lake

2020

139.7 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Blue Quadrilateral Great Salt Lake

2020

139.7 x 111.76 x 5.08cm

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Place de Opera Paris, France

2020

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Place du Trocadéro Paris, France

2020

111.76 x 139.7 x 5.08cm

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Estuary, Shark Bay, Western Australia

2021

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

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Red Leaves Paris

2020

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

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Photosynthetic 2 Great Salt Lake

2020

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

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Humpback Whales Kalbari Western Australia

2020

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

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Shark Bay Australia

2020

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

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Rock Pool Sydney

2020

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

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South Coast Iceland

2020

149.86 x 149.86 x 5.08cm

Vancouver, British Columbia-based photographer David Burdeny has degrees in both Interior design and a master's in Architecture. At the age of 12 David started to Photograph the prairie landscape and make his own prints in a darkroom that also served as his bedroom closet. Primarily self-taught his architecture and design background greatly influences his penchant for creating simple exacting compositions of land sky and water. 

 

Traveling extensively and often working with an elevated perspective, David’s aerial work investigates how attitude transforms a landscape entirely.  Captured in Western Australia and The Great Salt Lake in Utah, USA, His Saltern series are temporal studies of human-made structures and organic forces which have been hybridized into a unique habitat. From above, these images reveal the geological, artificial, and hydrological connections that are paradoxically sublime and awe-inspiring.  The combination of his images’ ability to compel the viewer to enter and bring their attention towards the axis of detail and movement, light and dark, inorganic and organic forms suggest that for Burdeny our relationship with the landscape is not a passive one.