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Digital print, plexi

About This Project

Looking at the bottom of a paint bucket, I wandered into the world that emerged from it. Whoever looks at it, the question arises, what do we actually see? Paint deposits or craters on planets? Satellite images of endless landscapes or rotten food from the depths of the fridge? Cracks in the wall or a huge desert hurricane? We will be part of a process where the sense of reality of perfectly integrated worlds is confused. We can be nostalgic when we see shapes, colors, and shapes. We feel the landscapes are familiar, “de ja vou“ will catch up. We see the world from the outside, and although we make the availability of these landscapes dependent on great effort, they lurk there in the details, they are trivially present with us everywhere.