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Konrad Mägi’s relationship specifically with “landscapes” changes over time. On Saaremaa, we see in the case of a number of works how he is more interested in the “earth” – the surface of the ground – than the landscape. He studies the earth from a microscopic perspective, tracing the vegetation on the surface, and in a number of other works, also shows us the geological layers (see the depictions of the Vaika islands).
Still, we can see a fairly clear shift in his southern Estonian landscapes, where Mägi is no longer interested in the earth but rather the landscape. Meaning, we now see nature as an orderly form: the earth becomes visible and perceivable for us due to the fact that its different layers make up a whole, which could indeed be called a landscape.
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