OBserVABLE LANDscapes revolves around the production of alternative forms of visuality, and the generation and collection of meanings in images. The landscapes that have been recorded in the province of Palencia, the events will be a digital canvas on which to operate and recode a collective portrait of the inhabitants of the province who have participated and of the visitors in the Exhibition Hall. This is a tale of places that do not really exist and people who do not inhabit those places. A hybrid image that is related to the hybridization process of a medium - the digital one- that builds invented images without losing the capability they have to imagine and question ourselves.
The idea of a romanticized nature as a background scenario where human activity takes place has been developed sufficiently by culture and art and is still valid for this project. But, inevitably, the artist has to complement the landscapes recorded outside the touristic circuits of the province that evoke her memory, with a reflection that takes us to contemporary times and a language where computing is an effective tool by offering us new, broad and complex perspectives. The strategy has been to represent the multiplicity and randomness of concepts such as Space, Landscape, Time, Territory, Place, Belonging and Memory with an algorithm that regenerates in real time and raises new points of view by reducing the videographic frame to fragments, developing a not only fragmented but relative perception of the world, thus far from the documentary or imitative representation of nature.