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.