So grateful to have been interviewed about my work by Francesca Marcaccio Hitzeman for Photomonitor.co.uk speaking about memory, fiction, death and tradition, subjects so relevant to our times when we are more than ever challenged with regards to our current practices around mourning and death. Thanks for the genuine exchange and interest in the work.
‘I see the image as it being there to affirm the disappearance of a moment, a moment of a human turned into an object for observation after he is gone; this unformed nothingness called death.
I abandon myself to what I see, and I feel so powerless and muted by it. I use my eyes to see but I see to also imagine. I imagine through the image. The image becomes the passageway between a liminal space of presence and absence, a resolution to the question of becoming through loss. I exile myself into the illusions of the image, looking for a world to resemble my dreaming. When does fiction become reality?
Read the full interview here