"David Jones engages the landscape using the primary human senses, attempting to understand something of the ritual associated with the intersection of place and natural phenomena. In signifying seemingly insignificant things, places, objects or sensations, he brings forth personal interpretations of the natural world, pulling invisibilites into our sphere of perception." Fugi Alignment is a part of the project "Areas of Influence" created and documented by Jones.
Keywords: Japan, Kanagawa-ken, Yokohama. Submitted by Jane Amidon for LARCH 603: History of the Profession of Landscape Architecture.
1990s (1990 - 1999)
Amidon, J. (2001). Radical landscapes: reinventing outdoor space. London: Thames and Hudson. p. 89 & 91.