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Working between image and space, between photography and sculpture, I seek to combine the poles of my interests by cutting and interweaving prints of photographs to objects with a three-dimensional structure. 

The haptic approach has played a significant role for me since the design projects of my architecture studies. In connection with photography, with which I have been intensively involved since moving to Berlin, this material-based work on and in spaces is the base of my research. 

Splintering, manually created pixels, landscapes of paper strips pulled out of the surface create unique objects that fuse the image with space, turning the arbitrarily reproducible digital photograph into an entity with a clear sense of place and an experiential physical presence. The carving out of visual “pixels” in the weaving process can be read as a reference to the basic principle of digital image genesis itself.