Peach, 2010/2011, Found Text-photo series

Found Text, 2012-2014

I find it gripping to come across and browse through texts on lost notes, old postcards, letter fragments or notebook pages blown away by the wind. Once such documents as parts of another-private-world used to be important for someone.



01/ Messed up cover page for a self-study workshop booklet (ca. 1930’s)

The J. K. Diptychs (2013)

In the summer of 2011 wandering at a flea market I came across a huge plastic bag full of documents. For some time I had already been collecting lost notes, letter fragments or shopping lists-writings that once used to be important for someone but became useless over the years. The whole bunch of papers including birth certificates, 




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Landscape Surfaces, 2014

Triptychs made of parts of landscapes on Polaroid.

The factures of decay appear on the surface of the steadily declining raw material while the original, i.e. “real”, photo loses its form.




Signs of our Presence, 2014

In virtuality unnoticeably permeating our everyday life keeping in touch with people may easily mean the relationship itself.



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Lost, 2015 (series)

Following the exposure when blurs, distortions and factures appearing on the surface of the steadily declining raw material are becoming parts of the picture and the real photo is losing its form and getting connected to the elements of decay, a new aesthetic context is created.



Lifelike#01, 2015

Lifelike, 2015

In my series I photographed certain parts of our everyday public places.

The aspect I applied disrupts the originally intended order of the given space/environment/structure by some visual element or object.