Twenty-four Created Landscapes and a Mountain that has Always Been
From the moment that a memory is formed, it is transformed and distorted, creating a new representation of reality. The project Twenty-four Created Landscapes and a Mountain that has Always Been is set in Aljezur, Portugal. The names the landscapes of Aljezur carry, names such as Great Rock Ravine, Hills of Above and Windy Valley, show an overlay between reality as it is and what we see in it, showing similarities to how memories form the perspective of our surroundings and overlap with them.
Over time, as the line between reality and fiction blurs, they intertwine, leaving the question where one ends and the other begins. Combining the existing landscapes of Aljezur and the landscape in staged situations and constructed images, it becomes a representation of the relation between memory and reality