Borrowed LandscapesLiterary fiction and photography both have a void in the information that they provide. Indeed, every medium has a limit in its ability to fully represent its referent. Novels plant a seed from which readers must build their own aesthetic world; photographs provide a visual stimulus, depending on viewers to construct meaning from the signifiers of the scenes depicted. Borrowed Landscapes appropriates signs and symbols from both literature and the visual arts, using theatrical settings, to explore the relationship between author and spectator.
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