UV-Print on Aludibond, Steel
30 x 40 cm x 1800 cm
2013 – 2015
The images are printed on aludibond plates and hooked into a display system which allows to scroll through the diary
Over the course of a year, I took a cell phone photo every day of the overhanging corner of my late grandmother's apartment. This not only documents and animates the potential "life" of a dead object - that of the architectural element - but also allows conclusions to be drawn about the author's behavior. For example, in the frequency of blurred night shots, which are due to Pedrina's lifestyle in her late twenties.
Viewers can change the overall image of the 18-meter-long installation by moving the individual panels as they look through them. In this way, three narrative and viewing threads become blurred: that of the corner of the house, the author, and the viewer.