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“If you look at an old wall all cracked and studded with ancient stains you’ll see castles and villages and battles and endless species of men.” (Leonardo Da Vinci)

Landscapes without scale is an neverending series about inner mymesis: natural phenomena and shapeless objects can induce in the mind a series of very clear inner evocations, detailed to the point of absurdity, hallucinations. As in the gallery of mirrors in Versailles, reality is presented in an illusory and illusionistic way, becoming itself as ambiguous as its representation.
What is investigated is the phenomenon of vision and the eye that constitutes the interface between self and reality.