Industrial scale food production aims to offer fruit of standardized size and pleasing appearance. Between 30—50% of fruit production are considered unworthy for sale or even go to waste, simply because it is not looking good enough.
My series of 33 windfall pears from Philadelphia, a small village south-east of Berlin, portraits each one as the charming and battered character it is.

This work has been published in Feed a Different Imagination by Urbanautica Institute, 2015.

Install photo above:
selection of 16 images, pigment prints, 5.8″ x 8.2″, mounted on plywood
tending, tête, Berlin 2015