work

janus

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2016 - ongoing. C-type prints on dibond, aluminium frames, 2 x 80cm x 80cm x 5cm.

Series of paired photographs. Each pair shows the interior and exterior view of the same window. Each window is from a different location.

The buildings are not selected at random. They are all in transition, suspended between their past and their future. For instance: Janus: Synagogue is taken from a former synagogue in central Poznań. This building was gutted by the Nazis and converted into a swimming pool for Wehrmacht soldiers. It remained a swimming pool until 2011, but today it is empty. There is a plan to convert it into a hotel.

The work is named Janus after the Roman god of thresholds. For him the past and the future are imaginary places, the border between them the one concrete space. With one face looking into the future and the other into the past, Janus stands between one space and another. He moves but stands still.


neither here nor there

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2016 - ongoing. Photographs.

Bricks, rocks and rubble collected from unstable locations. Fragments and splinters of places and memory, translated into landscape. An object reconstructed as an environment.


Nº13

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2017. 200 x 200cm. Silicone, surgical suture, and wall remnants.


sediment

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2014 - ongoing, Lightjet C-type print on dibond.

Photographs of insulation taken during the demolition of a house. Cement sacks and scraps of newspaper, twisted and crammed into the wall cavity.


undo: fold

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2014. Cement sacks and scraps of newspaper, twisted and crammed into a wooden frame.


undo: wall

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neither here nor there: elblag

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2016. Lightjet C-type print on dibond.

Rubble from the ruin of a monastery in Elbląg, Poland.


column

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2016. El Gallery, Elblag.

Site-specific sculpture constructed of rubble from the ruin of a medieval monastery attached to the gallery.


interior

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2010. Lightjet C-type print on dibond, 80 x 240cm.

Interiors constructed from the exterior of a tower-block housing estate.


unit

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2010. Lightjet C-type print on dibond, aluminium frame, 2 x 100 x 100cm.

Interiors constructed from a single external wall of a residential tower block in Poland. 


black

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bunker

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passage

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green corridor

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corridor

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planeta

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2005. Palm size.

World map crumpled up by hand.