In Colombia, an internal war has been going on for more than 5 decades. The reasons for the conflict have changed, increased and mutated for many years, but one single thing remains the biggest asset of war and the strongest reason for confrontation: ownership of the land.
Landscape Disruptions is a project that deals with the questions of territory, power and land possession. Through the use of mirrors and movement, the photographs are the composition of the reflected landscape and the documented landscape, merged into a single one. The results are visual acts that allude to the absurdity of transforming and containing the land, as well as personal gestures of resistance to the ongoing conflict in Colombia.
*All of the pictures have been documented across different regions of Colombia and they are the result of an interaction with mirrors and photography. This si an ongoing project, which started in 2012.