“Fields of Vision” explores the cultural construction of the landscape and the constructed perception of the photograph. By presenting photographs that allow viewers to visualize this given trait of landscape, they are able to understand a scene differently than if they were gazing at that stretch of land in person. The photographs included in this exhibition not only depict constructed landscapes—they are constructed landscapes, altered not only through direct human interaction and intervention with the environment, but also through the imposition of an aesthetic. Through these photographs and their accompanying texts there are several fundamental questions that we address: How do we see and understand photographs? How do we see and understand landscapes? How do these two experiences differ? And ultimately, how do photographers and their photographs construct visual, cultural, and ideological understandings and experiences of the landscape?