Exploring and analyzing landscapes is an indirect anthropologic research, offering the possibility to analyze local populations and their behaviors, in which direction society is going and which compromises it is willing to make.
Landscape speaks and tells a lot, but what happens to identity, memory and reality when landscape lies?

The project started during a residency at NCCA St.Petersburg which offered a base to explore and document is focused on the potential of things rather than their actual nature, and consists of printed installations made from stock-images downloaded from popular websites and installed in public spaces, overlapping real and digital landscape to accelerate the concept of manipulation of perception, and therefore manipulation of reality, using public space to decipher social engineering practices.



  • printed on Hahnemühle Pearl, fine-art archival paper
  • edition of 3 + 1 AP

Sizes (actual image size)

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The works can be shipped mounted (enquire for costs)

  • dbond 3mm
  • white wooden frame 5cm

Available artworks

Any of the artworks below can be requested in one of the 3 available sizes

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