Made at Tate Modern and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Catrin Webster's recent work, Oriel: Viewfinder, explores the relationship between the gallery and perceptions of landscape. Another series, of drawings, investigates the pictorial and psychological space of film and television images. Her work is centred on essentially interrelated questions: how ‘landscape’ might be defined in the twenty-first century and how history and contemporary art practice might inform us about it. She asks how painting can explore a contemporary experience of landscape in a post-conceptual context. Webster also investigates the inter-relationship between the language of painting and other two-dimensional media (photography, film, print and televisual) and the ways in which painting might exploit this relationship in order to continually reinvent itself.