On the exhibition 'That That is Not'

This body of work began with photographing small spaces on my own body which continued with cracks on the walls of my city and with the collages of the series 'Algedon'. The work on the whole deals with the boundary and its double meaning as what separates and unites. It is the moment of contact between two bodies in which their individuality is simultaneously affirmed and refuted. In the project 'That That is Not' capacity for change, transformation and contact is found in the openings, the cracks, the discontinuities that reveal the openness and vulnerability of ourselves as bodies and the always transforming, always becoming of the world around us. It is this capacity, this ability of the body to penetrate and shape its world anew that I see as political.