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Landscape of the Day

In "Landscape of the Day," I use two snapshots of the title place where I walk on a given day: one is an image of the place's interior, and the other is an outside view from the inside. Next, I select the same day's drawing from the "Equivocal Landscape." After scanning and crafting the drawing using Photoshop, I combine the two pictures with the manipulated drawing before printing them out in each 4-by-6-inch format. Each print has some enlarged lines and dots layered on the surface. Then I trace the black lines and dots with a white oil ink pen. Through this whiteout process, I find myself correcting my memories. As a result, the whole image evokes a double impression I have as a walker in the place without an exterior look of the site.

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