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Ingvar Kenne Landscapes deconstructed

Landscapes deconstructed

The project draws on the rich tradition of landscape photography, but it sets out to distance itself from its legacy of perfectionism, unspoken guidelines and aesthetic formalism.
Instead it seek alternative ways of looking at and approaching the image of land, investigating acts of damage inflicted and subsequent restoration, with all its imperfections and misguided intentions.
The result is a jagged resemblance of times past.
Here in Landscapes Deconstructed the images start to tell new stories about the land. The vast scenery is being extended; points of view change, layers and dimensions are added/subtracted.
The collective imagery gives an impression of work in progress, speaking in future tense of visuals, and land, in different states of becoming.