Charcoal in all its different forms is a crucial element of Earth’s ecosystem and is present almost everywhere. Artists’ charcoal is made by burning long sticks or vines in a space without air and as a result instead of burning properly the sticks become charred. It is a fragile, almost burned out material that can still leave strong marks.
C, 4K video, 00:06:16, 2019 Video excerpt
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En Plein Air, 2019
En plein air, video loop, 2019
Kotiseutu/ Heimat, 2018
Kotiseutu/Heimat, video loop, 2018 Video excerpt
In Eyeliner, a woman draws – or, more accurately, traces – the outlines of her face with black pen eyeliner. When a line finds the borders of the face, the woman turns her head and begins the process anew.
Eyeliner, 00:21:41, 16:9, HD video, silent, 2013 Video excerpt
Still images, Eyeliner
See Paris and Die, 2012
My first visit to France. I spent four days in Paris keeping my eyes shut the whole time during this performance. On my eyelids, I had a second pair of eyes painted with masquerade paints. In the spring 2012, the footage and sound recordings from the trip were edited into the video See Paris and Die.
See Paris and Die, 00:10:17, 16:9, HD video, stereo, 2012 Video excerpt
In the Light of Urbino, 2010
based on diptych by Piero Della Francesca: Federico da Montefeltro and his wife Battista Sforza (c. 1472)
In the Light Of Urbino, HD video 00:12:19, 16:9, silent, 2010 Video excerpt
Still images, in the Light of Urbino