A visual exploration of the artificial landscape and its relationship to the human figure and to human action. Colossal physical forms are designed using prior events to predict the future, and with time our perception of the natural shifts, until everything is the result of a calculation. Nothing may occupy space without a purpose, no space may be left empty without a reason. Our domination of nature is complete, the landscape is transformed into a machine for the protection and benefit of humanity. But variables change and algorithms reveal their limitations, and the balance shifts. Suddenly we are small, and the landscape is vast.