Earthware is a series of works that embody perspectives on the world we didn’t get to see until very recently. Earthware series suggests a new kind of visual landscape art that depicts life across the planetary planes: patterns from invisible light spectra, genomics landscapes, algorithmic vision to forms of consciousness that go beyond only human. The landscapes are first created on the computer, with or without an algorithmic process and then are transferred on the plaques of synthetic clay. These images are already almost instantly becoming cultural fossils themselves. The rapid changes in imaging technologies and increasing introduction of AI in processing and creation of images render previous forms obsolete in terms of function, but they also grant them freedom to be recognized as a poetic attempts of seeing from the past. The resulting pieces appear as ancient clay tablets or wall fragments. They try to capture the poetics of numerical seeing as a timeless loop: from early human art to whatever hurricane of changes is happening at the present moment.