The series called Bounded Land is part of the project Resistance Activities that I have developed over recent years. Resistance Activities captures those landscapes in which the relationship of man with nature becomes visible. Man does not conform to inhabit the planet; he is trying to dominate the land and own it.
Bounded Land makes visible the desire of men for control of territory, delimiting spaces. Man establishes borders every few meters to exploit the land, to declare his exclusive use. Each of the fences is a scar in the landscape, an attempt to stop the free and natural development of nature. Finally a vain attempt to control, because nature is resilient and will remain beyond any human attempt to master it. This fact is also reflected in some of my images.
— Ibán Ramón Rodríguez, Valencia, Spain