360 animation. Work in Progress. We expect trees to be rooted to the ground, only their branches moved by the wind, unless disaster strikes. It’s a playfully modified landscape or a harshly manipulated one, depending on how you see it. The trees were collected through photogrammetry, and now, anchored to the sky, they are affected […]
3D animation. Work in Progress. A lava rock scanned through photogrammetry is turned into pulsating jelly, something that could be inserted into a body.
Pencil on paper. Work in Progress. This is a constantly expanding map series, one that has no index, no legend, no scale, no description of what is being mapped. It is going against the purpose of a map, which is to explain and clarify connections. The only way this might work with this atlas is […]
Enheduanna Lost in Translation
Sound/installation. Work in progress. Enheduanna, priestess and poet from around 2250 BCE, might be the earliest author known by name, and she wrote in Sumerian, a language that is now extinct. There is something sad about a language that is no longer spoken. Once people expressed themselves through it, every day in their everyday lives, […]
Maps, Landscapes and Writings
Drawings and animations. Work in progress.
3D animation, 2018. Mud pools and lava rocks are part of the volcanic landscape of Iceland, the island sitting across the constantly widening Mid-Atlantic Ridge. These are objects collected through photogrammetry, reassembled into a new environment, turned into elastic membranes and made to move by artificial winds. The work was created during a residency at […]
VR 2017. In this world we are at first just eyes watching rocks rotating and colliding as they float in an endless sea, their centre of gravity constantly shifting. This changes when we start to move and realise that the rocks are both drawn to us and repelled when we approach. It is up to […]
Folded paper from 3D model. 2017.
Glass, 2017. These objects are almost like toys, things that you can play around with and move like continents pushed around by tectonic forces. A rock outside was scaled down, 3D-printed and cast in glass.
Pinhole Photography, 2013. Shifting scale turns a small part of a forest, a puddle or a rock into a wilderness, which we can safely explore through our imagination. These photos were created using a pinhole camera made from a matchbox. The pinhole camera creates an infinite depth of field along with no distortion at a […]