We perceive our time as constant, definite, and descriptive.
I have developed different techniques for realizing my series to show how much this is not the case.
I attempt to present our interrelated movement and existence in the relative medium's constancy
with my video and photo installation entitled MATTER.
In the series, I record urban locations for days, weeks, in precisely the same place, with the same settings.
In the finished works, the days appear projected on top of each other, showing the time flowing, our fading memory,
and our insignificance.
Both living and moving visually dissolves and loses their face. Our boundaries are blurred so that time becomes a passage for us.
Only the traffic lights remain there in their own clearly legible world.