M I N D S C A P E S
We are born temporarily, somewhere, and little by little we build in us the place of our origins, to be born later again and every day more definitively. Our mind meets the landscape everywhere. It does not belong to us, yet it is personal. We build it while we walk through it with our body and our history, in that continuity between inner space and outer space which trespasses our skin. In that poignant encounter of our form and its substance. Ultimately, we are the landscape. We are the real countries. Not the boundaries drawn on maps.
Shot between 2018 and 2019, M I N D S C A P E S is an ongoing study about human vision and the perception of the internal and external environments that we inhabit. Conventional architecture is transmuted into alienating visions, through a manipulation which clearly rejects the idea of faithful representation of the landscape typically associated with traditional photography. These images are digitally mold composites of multiple photographs that the artist took in Como and in her own erratic life. The integration and stratification of different geographies forged the creative process that led to the shaping of Errante’s moody surrealism.