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This session is interested in those series of landscape images that were not in the first place intended for the public eye, but served as an instrument of research and design in the practice of (landscape) architects. Basic questions of the session are: How is the ‘serial image’ used as a tool to register and simulate the ‘real’ experience of the landscape in analysis and design? And how does this change once images are taken out of their original sequence and enter the public arena? How are serial views constructed and how do they operate? How are selections made: which aspects of the ‘real’ landscape are selected and what is left out? What are the dialectics between the landscape as image and the landscape as a concrete, three-dimensional reality?