In the work Imaginary Landscapes, I try to construct a pictorial space distinct of our physical space, by designing landscapes in which we would not be able to apply the laws of physics or walk with our bodies. Photography, because of the way light is projected into the camera, much more radically than painting, give us to the illusion of a three-dimensional space - which would be more essential to sculpture. We have the illusion of "seeing-in", as if we could enter the photography. It is against this conception of pictorial space that I construct this work, developing a visual space in which we would not know how to enter or apply the regularities of the physical world. The space proper to photography would be the space of Imaginary Landscapes.