Let’s imagine (or recall) the landscape: the wide plan from left to right,
line of the horizon dividing the view to upper and lower part, a multitude
of details between which the eye wanders, and the essential to the
perception of entirety the physical distance to what is seen. Let’s add to
this landscape thoughts which this view provokes in us, or from another
perspective what the mind imposes on it as a layer. In a recent interview
Wiesław Myśliwski says, “When a man gets up in the morning and looks
out the window, he won’t see what’s behind the window, only what is
inside him.” Let’s assume that the distance is blurred and we can step into
the landscape, make a move, take action in it. For example, take a cotton
ball and pull the fiber out of it.