The 16 panels of the Sharing Not Hoarding project show an imaginary park. This panorama, compiled from landscape parts from recent installational projects, is composed of digitally generated images, without photographic elements at all. Most of these projects comment on the relation between digital imagery and the physical space we live in.

The work is inspired by and based on the earlier livecam installation Passage, where vistors could walk up to a viewer box, to see themselves superimposed into an artificial space in real time. For Sharing Not Hoarding the image of the viewfinder is borrowed to rethink a well-known motif: a person peeking through binoculars to catch a glimpse of what is hidden behind the wall. The wall here however, is formed by an impossible landscape, in contrast to the public space void developing on the other side.