An orbital view of an abandoned landscape floating in a sea of blue sky. The camera enters and drifts away from the landmass. Trees recalibrate, announcing themselves in stages. Objects disappear into the blue of the sky and emerge again, each scene revealing our perverse desires of landscape. A study in looking, an exercise in control — the horizon acts as the only anchor. Pulled to the center by a demanding gravity then released and propelled into the vulgar blue. The sky is once more imagined through a gray expanse from which a new horizon emerges — a different logic where the edge of the horizon splits to reveal another boundary.
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A Study in Landscape Painting, 201810:00 min looped164 MB.mp4
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