Every year 700 million people visit a zoo worldwide. By arranging nature according to our own desires, we distance ourselves from what we crave – the wild.  Zoo World illuminates our unrequited love for animals and questions our self-imposed role as masters of the world.

Every year 700 million people visit a zoo worldwide. By arranging nature according to our own desires, we distance ourselves from what we crave – the wild. 
Zoo World illuminates our unrequited love for animals and questions our self-imposed role as masters of the world.

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 Every year 700 million people visit a zoo worldwide. By arranging nature according to our own desires, we distance ourselves from what we crave – the wild.  Zoo World illuminates our unrequited love for animals and questions our self-imposed role as masters of the world.
JL_ZooWorld01.jpg
JL_ZooWorld05.jpg
zoo_world54.jpg
JL_ZooWorld03.jpg
JL_ZooWorld_13.jpg
JL_ZooWorld_07.jpg
JL_ZooWorld_20.jpg
JL_ZooWorld_19.jpg
JL_ZooWorld06.jpg
JL_ZooWorld07.jpg
JL_ZooWorld10.jpg
zoo_world49.jpg
JL_ZooWorld08.jpg
JL_ZooWorld_16.jpg
zoo_world21.jpg

Every year 700 million people visit a zoo worldwide. By arranging nature according to our own desires, we distance ourselves from what we crave – the wild. 
Zoo World illuminates our unrequited love for animals and questions our self-imposed role as masters of the world.

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