WHAT'S LEFT FROM STANDING STILL
“The improvised landscape plays with the brutal transition that we are forced to adopt. Trying to bring natural composition as my personal sculpture. By forcing it to look like a zen garden and to give the forced relaxation of mind. Feeling cautious about the term landscape as one thing that is homogenous and romantic, opposed to the cities which are generally more individuated. Trying to foreground subjectivity and exploring landscape as the distinct individual location, to give the sense of geographical isolation. Symbiotic relation with the landscape is done by attachment with the ‘outside’ world. Metaphorically describing the will to displace oneself from a specific socio-political context.” – Text by the artist.