We know that the view at the top of a mountain is inspiring: it is awe, we can feel that. But we can’t visualize what inspiration or awe is. We might see a photograph that stirs that idea back up, but inspiration isn’t the view from a mountain top. It is a feeling, and an idea that is unique to how our minds work. It as an idea that free from the physicality of the land.
This investigation in Wind Mountain was about exploring place through site. It became a way to explore place through emotive feelings, abstract ideas, and the intention in being present.