Sense of Absence

Sense of Absence is a current and continuing project on human landscape morphology,

extreme control, sense, absence and uniformity. Human culture in the form of urban or industrial landscape doesn't only influence our relationship to space and each other, but also to nature and plant life. We have been long disturbing the natural landscape to then carefully design and reframe a new world by our anthropocentric standards resulting in environmental estrangement and selected interconnectedness.

Everything became exchangeable because everything became a commodity.

All reality was mechanically measured by it's materiality.

Ways of Seeing by John Berger (1972)

- since 2010