The Landschaft 3 discusses the democratic promises, environmental and climate use of the Amazon territory. We address the institutionalization of the use of the Amazon territory, thinking how to surpass the normalization of the development programs and the massive presence of the security apparatuses monitoring territory and people. The images of the Amazon from a bi-dimensional perspective in cartographic maps or aerial radars now reach space amplitudes from satellites and compose carbon rationalities. The zoom out makes the local struggles a invisible reality of scientific discussions or techno atmospheric technologies. Can science be political neutral? What are the effects of the carbon rationality to social struggles and imaginaries about the Amazon territory?
We present two videos exploring the influence of science, technology and the management of nature. We reflect on the use of cartographic maps, aerial and satellite images. How can all these images visualise local struggles?