The perspective Bruegel wielded in his paintings is special, from the height overlooking an artificially composed landscape with a dramatic scenographic effect. Bruegel introduced a unique way of looking at the scenery. These photos without horizon look like fragments from a larger constructed landscape. It could be fragments from a work by Bruegel.
In what way are the physical landscape, its representations and social reality intertwined? What is a landscape? How can we represent a landscape? We have a fragmented and conditioned look at the landscape. There is a fundamental connection between the eye and the reality, because there is no landscape without the look that creates and frames. Every landscape is a product of observation, imagination and interpretation.
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