1992 Almond with Garlands

Some images drastically alter our way of looking. The view from space that can be had of the planet transformed our very perception of the world, whose unitary and delicate nature was from then on clearly fixed in our minds and retinas. Similarly, the methods of representing architecture, the city and the territory throw as much light on the objects being represented as they do on the authors of the images. Between Renaissance perspective and computer graphics, or between medieval cartography and the contemporary aerial shot, lies not only a technical and scientific abyss, but also a symbolic one that gapes between gazes and intentions. Every epoch looks and records in a different manner; and every epoch sees differently...[+]