The woman who ate insects for breakfast


Installation, Mixed Media

Odapark Center for Contemporary Art, Venray, Netherlands, 2017

Gallery Petra Nostheide Eycke, Düsseldorf, 2014

In the middle of the room hangs a branch to which a pair of women’s shoes are attached. Sounds are coming from the shoes. They are rapturous sounds, fragments of a voice and fragments of nature sounds.

The shoes have become part of nature, firmly attached to the branch. The story of the wearer of the shoes is the missing piece of the puzzle. The subject has disappeared, it has literally vanished into thin air, it has become sound in space.