Family Portrait

My works emphasise the materialistic nature of Humans, the problem of gathering and possesing, but mostly indicate the phenomenon of crisis of identity. While observing the material area which we created around us, I focus on space and items of emotional value, those which create a similar reminiscence within all of us.

The project "Family Album" consists of a photo album containing nearly 60 photographs in which I digitally intervened. These are mostly childhood images. I want to present a universal family album, the witness of passing, having and being. Holding a photo album in its original form, browsing photos in this tangible form, looking at them in amazement evokes the sentiment. This sentiment is equal to those one feel towards any item in one's possesion.

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