On the (Relative) Unimportance of the Subject: Landscape
I work with a classic photographic subject: landscape. However the object of interest is not external reality but the reality of the work of art: the manipulation of shape, form, color, perspective or configuration. Using formal methods I question “unimportance” of the theme. By referring more to the imagination than to visual perception I go beyond the ordinary reception of photography. I use deformation and transformation which let me consider the issue of perception.