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Duby Tal’s abstract series explores the range between the concrete and imaginary landscape, while systematically examining the way in which the landscape begins to function as an independently aesthetic image disconnected from the source, dependent solely on the personal viewpoint of the artist. 

The series is mostly photographed from a bird's eye view, which is an aspect that allows one to ‘relinquish’ the ground perspective that positions reality between the sky and the earth. This perspective transforms the perceived landscape from one that is mainly three-dimensional to one that is two-dimensional and disturbs the geographical orientation, opening new perspectives that are similar in many ways to the way in which one would observe a painting