Thesis: Touch/un-touch. Considerations in-between things.
Art as a way to grasp a layered world of non-human and human things. In the search for the radical detail, one occurrence at one specific moment, the work stems from a desire to take part and consider the way we are entangled. To focus on the radical detail may provide an opportunity to understand better the places we are at. Can these radical details present themselves as gateways in a world where ecological and technological changes accelerate? In a practice in motion, outside, these encounters create an open space to play. While navigating through these details the stories then unfold in-between us in form, color, and sound, as they present themselves in their own sensorial and poetic language. Often site-specific, the work finds its form in photography, video and sound.