My work is an investigation of perception of physical space. It deals with how we doubt an environment and its contents or categorize it as unreal or incomprehensible, but also how we transform that incoherent information to something meaningful.
Through the environmental distortions I challenge the ordinary, and human definition of everyday surroundings. I search for a condition when objects and environments gets separated from their traditional representations, and leave room for a new interpretation and evaluation of familiar space.
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