The Landscape Divider is used by two people standing on either side of the sculpture. There are three pairs of painted discs inside the divider. Discs facing each other show identical motifs, but can be turned independently. Only one of four landscape variations painted on the discs is visible through a triangular opening. When the same motif is chosen on both sides, holes in the discs coincide, and can be looked through.
The top disc depicts a primeval forest, heathlands, a christmas tree plantation and a productive beech forest; the middle disc a reservoir, a meandering river, a river used for recreation and a canal. The lower disc shows a monocultural wheat field, ruderal vegetation, a meadow and a golf course.