Tommi Hilsee

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Rotterdam, Netherlands
thilsee@tomhilsee.com

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The Pores of our Skin are Full of Plastic: A Brief History of Petrochemicals

the architecture of violence; constructing Rotterdam: from the polder parcel to
urban housing


72 Kneeland; a history of a site in Boston's Chinatown

Reclaiming the Land; constructing collectivity
on a terril


Visitor Center @
Althouse Arboretum


Newburgh Community
Photo Project

NCPP is a volunteer-run arts organization that utilizes photography as a community gathering point, providing exhibition space, cameras, materials, and equipment, as well as workshops and mentorship by local and national photographers. Situated in a city which is highly racialized, divested and now gentrifing (around the arts), NCPP makes specific aims to provide resources that are often unaccessible to local residents and youth.

A private archive and darkroom are wrapped around a deliberately 'un-designed' open work space, so that a fixed conception of use or ownership of the more public space can be negated, and each new workshop, exhibition or event can 'take the space'.

102 S. William Street
Newburgh, New York, U.S.
facebook.com/newburghcommunityphotoproject