'What is left when everything is gone', 2021. Wood, metal, PVC plastic, air compressor.
I can not get a grip of the present moment. It’s either future or past already. In order to “feel” the presentness just a little bit I have to concentrate, look at something nonmoving and say aaaaaaaaaaa out loud.
It’s fascinating how we, as a species, flirt with time without even being sure if it exists at all. And not to mention how many beautiful ways we have to portray the passage of it.
That is why I’m creating my own version of a sand clock. An installation that is at a constant change, in the process. It is either in the future or in the past already. Never in present! Maybe in all of them at once.