Mattias Klum has dedicated nearly 25 years to exploring the unique flora and fauna of Borneo. In The Testament of Tebaran, he brings the viewer deep into Borneo’s majestic rain forests, where deforestation and unsustainable land use change are taking a severe toll on the island’s biodiversity and indigenous forest-dwelling people, in additional to a range of other social and environmental impacts. Using the power of photography to inspire conservation of our natural world, the exhibit’s key message is the global need to advance sustainable development. Select images have been published in National Geographic magazine, and have been awarded First and Second Place prizes by Pictures of the Year International (POYi).

 

Contents

Indoor exhibit: 28 photographs sized 40x60cm, 60x90cm and 80x120cm laminated and framed

Outdoor exhibit: 31 photographs sized 83x125cm laminated, weatherproofed and framed

Each photograph is accompanied by a mounted image caption in English

1 mounted introductory and bio panel, plus crate(s) for shipping

 

Read article in National Geographic Magazine.

View the documentary film The Testament of Tebaran.