Poetics and strategies of the events and the narrative

I place two rhetorical figures centrally in relation to rooms: one consists of replacing the whole with fragments, and the other relates to empty spaces. Gaps interrupt the spatial continuum. The wall acts like a mobile mirror that creates incisions so that outside the things, but not without the things themselves, the unknown landscapes and alien fables of our inner stories can thrive.

Gradually it became clear to me that it was the photography itself that was between the things and not the things themselves; what is between us and someone else, between you and me, and in the photography it is between the things. This is the intention: to not photograph the clearly defined things but to photograph that which is in between these clearly defined things.