The project 'Landscapes' consists of a series of photographs taken from the sea. Viewed together, the images suggest a continuous view of the coast as a single extended landscape, seemingly real. In fact, these spaces are not consecutive at all but far from each other and contain widely varied subjects: walls, trees, cities, forests, beaches, industrial zones. Despite their actual distance, the images are bound due to their shared position on the horizon.
The images are intended to be "modular." In other words, they can be moved and rearranged in different visual sequences to form endless landscapes. Thus, the goal of this work is to reflect on the complex and continuous transformations of our environment. The changing relationship between built and natural forms is what gives shape to our contemporary world.