First work in the series of photographic finds, Flight Formation presents discarded bullet cases, collected and arranged in order on a backdrop made of pressed wool, evoking the bullet embedded in the animal’s hide. The cases are arranged to reflect a chromatic taste and emphasize the importance of each individual shot.
Bullet case, wool, iron frame, 95 x 125 cm (each), 2015
To Build a Fire is an engraving that reproduces an image from an imaginary survival manual. The drawing illustrates a survival strategy used by a visual researcher: the light that passes through the photographic lens can kindle a fire. The title comes from a story by Jack London in which the need to light a fire is the only way to stay alive.
Compositions part 1 is a photographic performance. The subjects of the images are finds collected during long walks in a landscape, subsequently installed and photographed. I have created compositions inspired by the decorative arts with natural motifs as a theme; the references range from Art Nouveau to the Wunderkammer and magic rituals. The objects collected become sacred goods, respecting the landscape of our living.