What is the role of “landscape” in a culture that is so dependent on the virtual representations of the world? How valuable is the landscape in a culture that is obsessed with continually renewing itself? The desert is the least ephemeral of the scenarios, it is a landscape that seems to be exempt from the passage of time, without seasons,...
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