Without a solid ground to stand on, we cannot peacefully understand ourselves.The need to find our bearings challenges our senses and forces us to consider new points of view. Through site-specific, architectural interventions and video, my work aims to create”delocalised places”. A delocalised place can be a ground that has lost its anchoring, a moving piece of landscape, a floating floor, a displaced wall, or some other non-site. These spaces introduce a step from reality, offering an interface in which we can project ourselves moving through illogical circumstances.
In the last years, I developed a form of site-specific video that invites to wander within or around the sculptural works, visiting past times and virtual spaces. It connects the viewer with their context, but also abstracts it. A jet-lagged world, where recorded footage is revealed as another delocalised place.