In this series, Gerd Hasler photographs landscapes and waterscapes with an approach that favors abstraction over description, and perhaps fiction over reality. Without the visibility of a reliable horizon line, it is not quickly apparent whether the view is from above, or close up, or from a far distance. This sense of disorientation demands a closer look, and that is when the rich details and textures, stillness and motion,  open themselves up to full appreciation.

— Jim Casper