Disney as culture is the opposite of culture as destiny. Landscapes have become commodified and packaged as consumable experiences. The self containerization of nature is a reflection of our increasing alienation from it. Beauty, preservation, development, exploitation, regulation: these are historical matters in flux, not essential conditions of landscape. This body of work is in response to man’s transformation of the natural environment into paved paths and manicured lawns. In its relentless commercialization, the symbolic capital of heritage sites are estranged from their singularity, homogenized and diluted in their commodification.