I am interested in the emotional relationship to infrastructure and objects.
What if the objects qualities are mixed, as if they have copulated and adopted each others characters to become a confusing set of signifiers. No longer to be able to use in the tight characterised standardized modern living.
My drawing practice play whit the media of drawing, its sketch quality that can create a question of finished or none finished. Mixing different styles of drawing, using it as both technical conveyor and emotional storyteller.
THE RESEARCH and collaboration with DR. STANZLEY:
Who are we in modern society, and especially, who are we within the modern infrastructure
These questions drive my main current research area, and make my project around Dr Stanzley relevant.
Dr. Stanzley, about his studies:
“As an anthropologist I create insights into how we as humans move in extension of machines and building structures. - what are the motivations and reasons that determine our choices, actions and relations?"
I look at lifestyles, cultural habits and social behaviour through qualitative research methods, including street observations, observing cultural differences in transportation of humans as well as goods (including water and heat), research into organization of building work and historical research of infrastructure development and how extensions of cities is taking form.”