Photography: Adam Dunnett

With around 300 days of sunshine a year Ibiza is the third largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, in the Western Mediterranean.
The project documents the surreal nature of an industrially altered landscape. Devoid of any human presence in an environment renowned as a popular tourist destination, the work exposes the unoccupied territory of the Island off-season. In these seemingly paradoxical scenes we are introduced to the void spaces created by modern architecture and its defunct role during the winter months.

Photography series by Adam Dunnett