A difficult relationship of the automobile to the land [and to its particular history of representation as 'landscape'] is intimated in the series of photographic prints Autoscapes. This is achieved through a disruption of 'image-space' or Bildraum.
Viewed in the gallery at 60 x 42 inches [152.5 x 101.5 cm] picturesque landscape qualities feigned by the Autoscapes eventually disappear when upon closer inspection vestiges of a former use begin to flatten the studio-constructed perspectives of these landscape photographs.
approaching Ur from the south east
two days, lost in the region of Borobudur
heaving going, the terrain surrounding Mesa Verde