Landscape is not only known to be the container of physicality; but it’s known to be the beholder of space. In which one can observe endless developments in relation to his infinite external and internal relationships. If ones take an anthropological view upon the matter; we realise that landscape is essentially a space that welcomes varied and multiform cultural identities, which are in continuous evolution and growth.
Photography in relation to my practise helps me to find the affiliation between the vastness of the world and the inner soul of humans. Where landscape photography becomes somehow a portrait of an individual, of their subconscious, and their intimacy – a testimony of reality, which can be debated to be true when expressed through out symbols or something more insightful, maybe oneiric.