EROSION is a photographic series that sees itself as pictorial sculptures. The motifs are printed on sand and are decomposed and altered over the course of the exhibition by an acoustic vibration of the image, so that the motif changes. The image disappears, the memory fades, the medium thematizes time.
There is the series EROSION-Vunapope, which uses archive images and situations I photographed in Papua New Guinea at the Catholic mission Vunapope.
In the work EROSION-DMZ, the focus is on the South-North Korean border and its border river. This is decomposed by the beat of the heartbeat, just like the motifs of the Vunapope series.