Various landscapes – mountains, snow-covered fields, pine forests, spring meadows – captured as there are no people there. A closer look through the photographic grain is able to find a human figure, which is the key to understanding the scale of the landscape. At the moment of correlation with human the landscape is changing suddenly.It also has references on staffage (16-17 century).
I reflect on the problem of vision and perception of the complex relationship between the viewer and the artwork, on the relationship what we see, the idea and real image.
In this project, there is an important measure of the stability of the anthropological view. It seems that the modern vision is fully formed by man-made optics, alien to the human eye and naturalness; nevertheless
we can see the limits of this construction. On this border we find the coexistence of different models of vision, which switches between unconsciously. We offer a strange transition between worlds, where the reality and scale changes.