Fragmented Traveling is the documentation of a journey.
I investigate rituals, belief, the miraculous, chance… All with the underlying question, how can I, and how do others, live with the knowledge that life is ending.
After becoming a mother the idea of death became hard for me to accept. Being alive was never so important. In these turbulent times I needed something to believe in. My quest for that something became like a pilgrimage, in which I found fragments of hope. Physically I did not travel far but my mind went everywhere.
‘Fragmented Traveling’ is about a journey without a destination.
Installation View - This Art Fair