The temporary situations I produce open the possibility of increasing awareness of our sense of place. I suggest alternative ways of inserting one context into another, shifting functions, activities, objects and locations. I am interested in how the two frames meet, making visible how both are constructed and equally admissible. The work becomes a platform where human interactions can
occur in two places at the same time. To achieve the desired suspension of disbelief, I use practices like photography, sculpture, performance and relational art, integrating them with common activities such as conversation, bargaining, chopping wood or camping.
Contemporary societies are so saturated with alternative ways of making sense of reality that understanding the vulnerability of frames is a priority in my research. We need to question the way ‘reality’ is being framed in order to make sense of what is going on and what we are
escaping from. My task is to provide situations that allow for a re-evaluation of the way we construct and accept specific structures in which we are asked to believe.