Section Manager Dominique Bruneau S.
To represent is to interpret. It is to make visible and measure the territorial events that escape from our daily view. To represent is to transform diverse kinds of data, from different sources, into an intentional and expressive image. To represent is to appropriate an event, digest it to apprehend it, and finally make it yours.
Through a series of representations that show the relationship between different landscape components and systems, LOFscapes will offer possibilities to visualize the landscape through the review of its colonization and cultivation processes, of deterioration and destruction. In this sense, the landscape and the project that embodies it will emerge here as a representation of ideas, expressing the wills of its creators —or destroyers— and translating, consequently, the discourse of an era.