The installation accentuates an aspect of landscape experience: the viewer of the installation, like the viewer of the landscape, is in the middle of it. He moves in the midst of it, interacts with the individual elements and is controlled by them. He observes and evaluates them, at the same time indulging in the associations, thoughts and memories that arise in him. The viewer is encouraged by the nature of the work to move through the installation and come into contact with the objects presented.
The installation moves and changes through the subject of the movement – the viewer. One has to walk around it, turn and move within it, never being able to perceive it as whole, finished, complete; it is always affected by change, always processual. One never sees the installation as a whole, but only its parts in succession.
A tension between the spatial juxtaposition of the installed elements on the one hand – and the succession of encounters with them controlled by the movement of the viewer himself on the other. This tension will not be cancelled out even by the most precise and time-consuming observation, but will probably rather increase.