Dates2019 - Ongoing
- Location New Zealand
Fictional Landscapes is a series that explores ideas about the representation of landscape as both physical and multi-sensory, and encoded with layers on cultural meaning and values. Landscape is often considered symbolic, acting as a construct of the real world and as an artefact to cultural ideologies about place and time. As multiple-exposure images, these works activate the perceptual space where a place can be defined by our own vision, and interpreted by our mind and subjective conditioning.