Despite their common interest in landscape, artists, writers, planners, landscape architects, and geographers can never share the same definition of the term, nor will they always reach a full agreement within their own domain. Landscape serves a different purpose for each group, and each profession or discipline is unique in terms of its focus, objectives, scales of analysis, epistemologies, and methodologies. Nevertheless, each would benefit immensely from understanding the others’ conception of landscape.
David Hockney, Pearblossom Highway (1986)
David Hockney, A Lawn Being Sprinkled (1967)
Robert Smithson, Spiral Jetty (1970)