My process-based practice allows for a multitude of materials to become narrative statements. I pick apart entangled subjects such as linguistics, perception, value, mental dysfunctionality, death, metaphysics, and the urgency to go forward. With a dadaist, and a somewhat humorous, approach, I investigate this world. I want to be as honest as possible.
This is a statement: that I do not have a statement. I am somewhere in a process where I want to see philosophy materialized. These works, some finished and some never finished, are precious waste products of this exploration. I stole the visual information from street art, demonstration-walks, and memorials.
I researched the borders of what can be said with imagery, with words and what cannot be said at all. It consists of a nut-looking folder with (among somethings) posters, postcards, bracelets and an academic text referencing a professor of linguistics, existential philosophers, a personal story, and political movements.