As a followup of the Portretterie, this work was not only trying to alienate the subjects from their architectural environments, but it was also an exercise in the transformation of realities. Each one of these images are made out of dozens of photographs stitched together in order to make one landscape. The landscapes come from simple line drawings that have been carefully translated into a photographic form.
Because everything in the images is constructed, each item in the image is not to be taken for granted. The compositions attempt to subtly communicate characteristics of childhood in the same way that a Tarot card communicates through illustration. Each line and element in the image is a symbol, creating a cryptic narrative on a larger scale.