Land
on the brink of some formidably complex matter

‘Land – on the brink of some formidably complex matter’ focuses on the transformation and fragmentation of the landscape. The landscape is a construction, or one could say, a destruction of what it once was or will be. When moving, the surrounding landscape is slowly shifting. The different layers slide over each other continuously. Concepts like distance, size and scale become relative. Through the use of an abstracting imagery and by also using this de/construction as a photographic technique to approach the geographical place, the pictures distinguish themselves from their original context.

A human intervention, either subtle or defining, characterizes the images. We as humans destroy and construct, we shape the world irreversibly. While making the images I focussed on formal qualities in order to leave the viewer disorientated in this scattered landscape.

(2016)