The Netherlands is the second exporter of agricultural goods in the world after the United States. For such a small and densely populated country, this means radical and technologically innovative farming. The greenhouse is the tool and the archetype of this new agriculture, a climate controlled environment where plants grow in optimized conditions within a foreign environment.
The Westland is located in South Holland and is referred to as the greenhouse capital of the Netherlands. In a country where half of the land is used for agriculture, it hosts extensive areas of repetitive and overscaled glass buildings. This series observes the manifestation of the future of agricultural production, an anti-urban landscape that produces food and flowers in industrial quantities with artificial light.