Wait, I'm in the middle of something, 2009

Installation about the moment itself. The here and now which is always an intervalic situation. Top left: Here/There. Self-addressed postcard sent from China in the assumption that there would be an answer at home and in the future. ("Do you already know what you're going to do? Do you remember what you were working on?"). Bottom left: Above/Below. Scene from memory in which above and below seemed identical without the one being a reflection of the other (starry lights in the sea caused by bioluminescent dinoflagellates). Through this unitive experience, the time passed without notice. Right: Before/ After. Two levels, boxes with prints, covered with glass. The lower one (with a print of dead-end stairs) is looked down upon. The print in the upper level (a path of which the course is invisible) is looked up to.

Wait, I'm in the middle of something (installation view)

Wait, I'm in the middle of something (detail) | postcard, 16 x 11 cm.

Wait, I'm in the middle of something (detail) | chinese ink on paper, 74,5 x 67 cm. (frame included)


Wait, I'm in the middle of something (detail) | wood, prints, glass, 143 x 102,5 x 39 cm.