A landscape is an illimitable state. It’s not restricted within the visible area in front of our eyes, but it extends in an undefined distance, reaching for the limits of our interpretation over ourselves and the world around us. It is because every landscape is eventually defined as the vast open field where our thoughts and feelings are meeting with the outside world. It’s both an imaginary field and an actual reality, a perpetual state and a momentary revelation. […]

Hardly through these watery spheres shall we perceive, with sighs, our ancestral heaven; 
at intervals even we shall cease altogether to behold it. By this disastrous sentence direct vision is denied to us;
we can see only by the aid of the outer light; these are but holes that we possess, not eyes.
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These photographs investigate landscapes as states that are not restricted within the visible area in front of our eyes, but instead extend to endless distances, defined only by the way that we interpret ourselves and our surroundings. […]