Fire (America) View 1 is a print edition related to Teresita Fernández's wall drawing Charred Landscape (America). Images of raw charcoal create the illusion of an abstracted landscape scene shrouded in smoke. In this work, Fernández continues to carefully merge the material and the conceptual. Charcoal—burned wood—becomes a self-referential material from which the landscape drawing is rendered. This beautiful and seamless unity of materiality and concept is essential for Fernández, whose practice is based in an understanding and reinterpretation of landscape and place as related to the history of people and culture. The power of Fernández’s work is to engage viewers in a kind of conceptual way finding that prompts them to think about their place in relation to her immersive work as well as to the greater world.