The Attic landscape is shown as a specific way of contemplating and conceiving field images. In the Attic landscape the priority of whatever is lost, hidden, invisible prevails in the interior of the contemplating gaze itself. The attic landscape is, thus, approached as a model of contemplation. The contemplating gaze in the case of the attic landscape is formed while it gives priority to whatever is not “immediately” shown.
Published in Greek: “Η εικόνα που κρύβει ό,τι παρουσιάζει”, Αρχιτεκτονικά Θέματα, Νο 28, 2004.