This work is the result of research and analysis on the aesthetic experience of the transformed landscape. This dissertation questions the plastic dimension of the great technical constructions of the landscape under the gaze of land art. It tends to question the links between techn
ical function, landscape, plastic dimension and perception.
The representation and perception of large-scale space constitutes the central point of the research. Mastering nature, building the landscape and perceiving the landscape are the different dimensions of study of this work.