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1. Salvesen/Nordström 2009; Foster-Rice/Rohrbach 2010; Parak 2015.

2. Heuvel/Metz 2008.

3. Jenkins 1975.

4. Press release, New Topographics exhibition, consulted in 2007 in the George Eastman House archives.

5. Meadows 1972.

6. Clark 2011, p. xiii.

7. See Frits Gierstberg and Tineke de Ruiter, ‘Metamorphosis of a Malleable Land’, in: Bool 2007, pp. 191-245.

8. See for example Edwin Zwakman’s work Bruder (1996) a monumental photograph of 185 x 510 cm depicting two bulldozers, Heuvel, Nature as Artifice, p. 183. Bulldozers appear more often in the work of Edwin Zwakman, see Asser 2008.

9. Adriaan Geuze sheds his light on the character and the poetry of the Netherlands as a man-made land with reference to Dutch historical maps and paintings, among other things; Geuze 2005.

10. For the Dutch people’s relationship to the water as expressed in both the landscape and in art and culture, see Metz/Heuvel 2012.

11. Schama 1995, p. 20.

12. Schama 1995, p. 20.

13. See for example Reynaerts 2008 and Dijke 2015.

14. Heuvel 2015, accessed 15 September 2015.

15. ‘IBS’ is a Dutch acronym for ‘Interim Act on Soil Contamination’.

16. Berger 1992 .

17. Haijtema 2001.

18. Heuvel 2003.

19. Heuvel 2003, under the heading ‘Beschouwing’/‘Discussion’.

20. ‘Architecture & Photography’, special issue of Perspektief magazine,1986.

21. Aarsman 1989.

22. Interview by the author with Hans Aarsman on 26 July 2006.

23. Heuvel 2003.

24. In fact the documentary commissions of the Rijksmuseum were started in 1975 by the same curator, Wim Vroom, who was responsible for the commissions of the Amsterdam Art Fund at the Amsterdam City Archive in 1971 as well.

25. Heuvel 2008 , p. 62.

26. Gronert 2009.

27. Baart/Markerink 1996.

28. Both the book and the exhibition Snelweg featured texts that can be read on signs near highways.

29. Interview by the author with Cary Markerink, July 2007. Gierstberg, ‘Metamorphosis of a Malleable Land’, in: Bool 2007, p. 222.

30. Baart 1999.

31. Ruijter 2004.

32. Ösz 2006.

33. Heuvel 2008, pp. 268-279.

34. Meer 1998.

35. Princen 2004.

36. Goossens 2001.

37. Heuvel 2008 , pp.162-173.

38. Heuvel 2008 , pp. 256-268.

39. http://www.nieuwkomer.nl, 2007, accessed 16 September 2015.

40. Conversation of the author with Alison Nordström, 3 April 2007.