Cultural Landscape is a project in two phases. In the first phase of the project, individual representations of stones are multiplied, creating an immersive “landscape” within the gallery space. The “stones” are originally digital models, made by various authors, printed in several sets. The models, as well as the entire arrangement, refer to images of digital environments and their materialisation using manufacturing technologies. In the second phase of the project (yr. 2020) the process of production and recycling will become part of the project; a shredder, an extruder and a 3D printer will supplement the “landscape”. The work will continue as a process of modelling, recycling and reprinting. Visitors will enter as participants in the process, create new digital presentations of the stones and recycle the existing objects into new ones. In this way the “landscape” will gradually shift away from the reproduced series of objects towards becoming a collection of original works. Via this circular process the logic of the collection will become increasingly like the logic of natural environments.