Poisoned Romanticism, Fragmented Longing and the Consolation of Painting.
Dynamics determine perception of the landscape. Whether it is viewed from a car, a train or a bicycle, the perspective constantly shifts, even in the course of just one trip. Its image cannot be fully grasped, and seems in danger of dissolving among all the movement. As in film, fleeting impressions of the surroundings become merely a backdrop for potential narratives.