Eva Kwong: Love Between the Atoms / Lifelines

In his book The Visual and Spatial Structure of Landscapes,1 Tadahiko Higuchi posits a number of fluid and inconclusive ways that landscape can be encountered visually. What follows is my paraphrasing of one of them, as a way to set the stage for discussing the work of Eva Kwong:
Consider for a moment that you are standing on the upper slope of a rather narrow valley. It is the afternoon of a bright clear day. As you look across to the other side, you see the vegetation with varying clarity depending on its distance from you.

In Praise of Small Pots

Sebastian Blackie

Inspired to Write

Sebastian Blackie

One Idea, Six Movements: Ozioma Onuzulike’s Suyascape Series

Chijioke Onuora, George Odoh, Eva Obodo