Large format images, often of urban architecture and landscape, that are created out of a series of photographs to create a seamless whole.
In my work, I try to make pictures out of phenomenons of perception that cannot be directly photographed. Our perception starts with the act of physical seeing. This information of the eye is transfered to the brain, where it is processed, ?ltered and interpeted, before being >saved< as a memory.
By the means of digital image processing, I try to reconstruct this personal impression (or vision) of a place into an apparently normal (or straight) picture, so that it will be perceptible by the spectator as directly as possible.
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