Humans are drawn to categorize and compartmentalize our material existence: there is the landscape and there is the city; there is the digital and there is the physical; there is chaos and there is harmony. In our increasingly technological existence, this feeling is only perpetuated and amplified by the increased contrast to those areas that exist in our urban centers, the surrounding landscape in which they exist, and our technological environments. In actuality though none of these elements can exist in a singular fashion without influence from another. Transposition explores these perceived binaries not as opposites, but rather as a spectrum, revealing the complex influences between the languages of landscape, urbanity, and technology.

All works from Transposition were commissioned and supported by Fotograf Festival in Prague, CZ, 2016.