The fragmentation of knowledge examines our fragmented and conditioned look at the landscape. The camera obscura images explore the boundaries of traditional photography in times of digital visual culture. They are located on the border between photography and painting. The photographs explore the possibility of a new visual language for landscape photography. The phenomenological approach in the series questions the objectified representation of the landscape, which is very common in today's landscape and architectural photography. The landscape is a product of observation, imagination and interpretation.