Video works

Born in 1979, I belong to the first generation growing up with an abundance of home video cameras, almost as a precursor to the interactive, video based reality most consumer cultures are immersed in today. To me, starting off with experiments with my fathers 8mm camera, captured motion became a way for me to recompose myself in time, space and sound, which later led to an interest in choreography. The process of video editing can be seen as an visual extension of music or audio editing, where the rhythmicality and story of the moving image becomes a performative biography of travel, landscape and relations.