The picture reveals the truth underling the routine of cleaning one’s teeth: it is a routine, a habit, yet nevertheless an intimate encounter between toothbrush and toothpaste.
This hyper-stylised, colourful “deformation” disguises the content behind it and reveals a secret we are meant to try to understand.
The video entitled “l’histoire de l’oeil” addresses symbols from “Das obszöne Werk” by Georges Batailles and underscores the themes of transgressing boundaries and self-exposure.
A piece on discovering Islam in London in the 21st century, between a fear of state control and paranoia.
A landscape of scent. The installation slowly melts, spreading its scent as it does.
The theme of this triptych is “masks” – not the masks we put on for costume parties that let everyone see what profession we dreamed of having as a child, but the masks we wear that keep others from seeing our true selves.
Like many of my sketches, this picture is a reflection on life, with its many complicated elements, like religion or different kinds of cheese.
In nature there are many secret places to hide. Photographed somewhere in the Swiss alps.
This diary is exactly thirty years old and authentic. I read it and then drilled it full of holes. A secret with leak holes… are the contents of a diary really intended to never be seen by anyone but the author? Some of the writing can still be read or at least be pieced together.
The form was dead. It was infused with breath, and it came to life. With endless calm but with determination it holds back time without becoming slower. The form lives eternally.