An old video camera takes its very last pictures recording the view from a train window, the sunset and the light playing on the trees. The same camera then re-shoots the material it shot earlier, this time playing on a television screen, thus witnessing the disintegrating landscapes and electric spaces hidden from the human eye. The End of Landscape is about forgetting and remembering and the changes in our memory. It describes the longing for nature. The gradual progress of transformation stands aout a question. Do we become attached with the actual landscapes or only with the recorded mental images of landscapes?
The End of Landscape