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The Role of Internal Perception and External Images in the Visualization of Home Landscapes. Kati Lindström ( University of Tartu ) Spatiality, Memory and Visualisation of Culture/Nature Relationships: Theoretical Aspects Tallinn, October 22-24, 2009. Shiga Prefecture, formerly Omi.

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the role of internal perception and external images in the visualization of home landscapes

The Role of Internal Perception and External Images in the Visualization of Home Landscapes

Kati Lindström

(University of Tartu)

Spatiality, Memory and Visualisation of Culture/Nature Relationships: Theoretical Aspects

Tallinn, October 22-24, 2009

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Ōtsu-e:popular art from the Edo period (; started as a Buddhist form of art, but started then depicting colourful charcters and juicy details of the area

living in the landscape
Living IN the Landscape
  • Landscape phenomenology: Tuan, Relph, Tilley, Ingold, Abram and others
    • LS as a holistic phenomenon perceived with all senses and the whole body (hearing, smells etc); perceptive processes and intellectual pondering are not separated: we ARE our body who LIVES the LS, taking in its cues and being in INTER-ACTION with all its the semiosic processes, thus kind of endowing subjectivity to surrounding forms.
    • Meaningful units created through this inter-action and through one’s bodily action (e.g. Ingold’s taskscape); time seprated into meaningful units through routines and practices

Landscape as lived and not as lived in.

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Self/ Other - one of most important landscape interfaces

≠ individual versus collective

  • We usually learn what we should remember and what we can forget as part of our mnemonic socialization, a process that normally takes place when we enter altogether new social environment, such as we get married, start a new job, convert to another religion, or emigrate to another country.  
          • Eviatar Zerubavel (1999). Social Mindscapes.
          • Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England: Harvard, pp. 87
  • selective vision ( Edward Relph )
  • landscape socialisation
  • - learning how to see landscape
collective restructuring eight omi landscapes
Collective restructuring: Eight Omi Landscapes

returning sails at Yabase, autumn moon at Ishiyamadera, sunset glow at Seta river,

clearing sky at Awazu, evening bell at Miidera, night rain at Karasaki, descending geese at Katata, evening snow at Hira

the eye of the other
The “eye” of the Other…
  • Little or limited participation in the LS (in geographical or perceptional sense or both); replaces the lived and experienced LS.
  • Lacks partially or completely the competence of or acceptance of the context and functional processes of the LS
  • The codes are partially or completely incompatible
  • Remains marked as the “Other”: a quote
  • At the moment the code of the Other system cuts into the system, the objective reality has still not changed. The subjective reality changes, as a result of which the objective reality can (but sometimes is not) modified according to the new belief.