At a time when roaring cities, urban movements, political and cultural issues prevail and are at the center of the conversation, stopping to reflect upon landscape and our place in it seems like a radical act. Through intervened photography, Sumie García approaches the representation of landscape from various angles. The Mexican artist of Japanese descent takes up the Shinto ritual practice of surrounding objects with ropes to mark them as sacred. García embroiders golden threads directly onto her photographs as a visual, physical and symbolic resource to materialize the intangible in the landscape. These threads allow her to point out...