Understanding the Composite and Spatial

The original three landscapes were never conceived with a narrative backbone. Instead I relied on the concept of each landscape to dictate its aesthetic; meaning, by deriving a heirarchical set from either cliff/forest/swamp images were found from around the world. After slicing, distorting and scaling, pasting three imaginary landscapes were born. In order to further analyse each as a prospective site, I referenced the composing images back onto their geographic origins. Instead of a site being one stationary location, site is now redefined as a collective, fixed through the lens of a camera and uploaded into cyberspace.

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