landscape, ever-changing

A series of works where analog photographs of mountainous landscapes are reshaped into new unexpored worlds. The images are deconstructed, to then be redrawn, randomised, sorted, and restructured to form new realities. It explores the absence of humanity through technology, questioning our influence and view on the planet we inhabit.
Series II of Landscape, ever-changing is an ode to the mountainous landscapes of the Tusheti region in the Greater Caucasus in Georgia. Series I depicts reimagined Icelandic landscapes six times.  

Software written by Dirk de Bruin.