In my work, I am trying to create landscapes in which secretly made agreements between different form languages are regularly broken. The grammar of these form languages involved can perhaps best be described as sets of formulas. I am interested in the interaction between these formulas and I am trying to investigate when these interactions lead to tension within compositions. By carefully exploiting effective interactions, landscapes are created in which the spectator can be surprised and stimulated. Moreover, I would like to invite the spectator to interpret and project by creating forms and compositions which border on the realistic. In this way, you can be seduced to assume that, in principle, my landscapes constitute possible worlds.