There is no natural landscape.
Landscape is not geography.
Landscape is not the territory.
Territory is not nature.
As the etymological root of the word indicates, LOFscapes (from Mapudungun lof —community/place— and from English scapes —configurations) is a space for critical thinking focused on discussions about landscape from the theory, the project, the history, the institutions, the arts, the imaginary, the bicycle, the aerial view, the representation, among others, specifically in the Chilean context, from a local perspective.
Consequently, our goal is to spread that landscape is the result of the articulation between nature and human settlements: landscape is an idea, landscape is a construction, landscape is a representation, the landscape is continuously transformed.