It is visible features of an area of land. It can includes physical elements of land forms, like for example; rivers, mountains, sea, hills, lakes, ponds and etc. It also includes living elements of land cover that has indigenous plant species and ground cover that they provide, human elements that include different forms of land use, such as frames, buildings and structures and temporary elements that include lighting and weather conditions. Landscapes can reflect a living combination of people and place that is required to local and national identity. The landscape’s character helps to represents the self-image of the people who live there and a feeling of place that it is different from one region from other regions. It can be the back-drop to the people’s lives. Some landscapes can be identified as a farmland, a wilderness, or a landscape park.  There are different types of landscapes on Earth that includes icy , mountainous , islands and coastal, desert, and dense wooden or forested landscapes, that includes rainforests, forests and tropical regions.


  The artworks that were chosen for the “Landscape” exhibition are all related to each other by a thread of string. The thread of string that connects these chosen artworks is that they are all landscapes formed by land use/ other elements, that it is a place that is special and meaningful to the people who lives or visits there and the people who looks at the landscapes in this exhibition can see it’s true beauty and culture, from where they come from.

Structural Frame
Cultural Frame
Subjective Frame
Post Modern Frame
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