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Borgersʼ photographs depict an exploration of the juxtaposition of fire, water and landscape. Her subject matter for the past six years has been Canadaʼs boreal forest. “My work allows me to document our fast changing landscape in hopes of educating others to understand how fragile our environment is and how we need to work together to protect it. My art is a voice to show others the affects of manʼs footprint on our planet and show the borealʼs unique ecosystem that reverses the effects of global warming.”

The Trousseau Society, who curated this exhibition have created an App for the show.

View the catalogue here:  http://nameless.trousseausociety.com/

The app is available right now on the Android Market.  Android users can search for 'Nameless Spaces'.

It is pending approval to the iTunes AppStore.