Hyung Geun Park's photographs are charged with dramatic tension. His subject is landscape, yet his preoccupation isn't with nature. To find the scenes for his photographs, he will often scour parks and public places like Hampstead Heath; sites on the edge of things where order meets chaos; places that witness human activity and intervention. People are rarely seen within these photographs, yet their presence is frequently implied. Like many artists before him, Park's practice is grounded in the notion that reality cannot be represented through visual perception alone. Its nature is much more complex, and for Park, the imagination plays a key role.