I Turned Around and I Saw My Body in The Garden

The equation of multiple representations of a single state constitute the solid body, and each muscle contraction binds this body to the present moment. The installation is located in an actual space and resembles a microcosm of different environments. The body is fragmented,
scattered. Its full physical potential remains mediated throughout and by means of heterotypic spaces. They are foreign, but possible because of the body in presence.
We are inhabiting the epoch of interrelated spaces, intimacy is on hold and to be achieved by proximity.

We are at a moment, I believe, when our experience of the world is less that of a long life developing through time than that of a network that connects points and intersects with its own skein.

Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias, M. Foucault

Thinking my own body, constantly moving in space – room to room, vehicles, cities, airports, in between spaces, I use the idea of heterotopia, so to allow me to think of the extended functions of the space of presence. The construction of utopia is a departure where the heterotopia is using a single place to juxtapose several spaces. The desired, the imagined, the space I dwell in when on the phone – they are all equally real.
Tongue-tied, licking, flickering, body parts as tools and shortcuts are participating simultaneously.

Central Saint Martins


NXS #1 x fanfare, Amsterdam

Lockers x Stedelijk

Lockers V2 x Stedelijk Museum

Group exhibition in the lockers of Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.