The exhibition examined one
of landscape architecture's most recognizable representational forms, the montage view. The exhibition gathered work from a select group
of influential contemporary artists
and a dozen of the world's leading landscape architects. These composite views reveal practices
of photomontage depicting the conceptual, experiential, and temporal dimensions of landscape. The first exhibition of its kind
in North America, Composite Landscapes illustrated the analog origins of a method now rendered
ubiquitous through digital means.
The graphic identity was derived
from the works in the exhibition to reinforce the the exhibitions concept and carried throughout.
The exhibition was very well received, and featured in Architectural Digest, and Elle
Decor, as well as many others,
Images in graphic identity:
John Stezaker, MASK XLVI (2007). Details: Michael Van Valkenburgh, Claude Cormier, Gary Hilderbrand.
Photography of Composite Landscapes: Geogre Bouret
Digital Kiosk placed in the front lobby