I am playing with the medium of photography. I seek for the borders, stretch them and shift them. I play with them as much that the audience needs to investigate to track down what they are looking at.
Within the project Duralex, I have made photos that change together with the circumstances of a specific moment.
For a year I have photographed a Duralexglass every day. After that I edited the photos physically. By cutting out the dark parts and keeping up the light parts, negatives of reality arise on the underlying surface. The light decides how the photos appear.
The work is a reaction to the fact that a photo freezes a specific moment immutable. I want to give space to the experience and change that comes with time. The photos of the Duralex-project move along with time and will always be seen in a unique way.