Unseen Terrain looks to portray environments that feel different and new from our everyday 3-dimensional reality, yet at the same time resonate with something familiar inside, something we don't often give names to or define as a specific space, but still recognize as intimately ours, similar to how a bodily image such as an eye or a hand can provoke an immediate response within our sensorial system, and can be perceived as something we recognize very well, something we connect to instantly. We can acquire some knowledge of how our unseen metaphysical reality behaves far from our eyes. We cannot grasp it, or hold in our hands or visualize it, but we can intuitively understand it with our internal senses.