Light, sound and toxic pollution are disrupting the biorhythm of humans, animals and insects.

With Responding Rain I put photographic silver halide material outside on rainy nights. The drops leave a print directly on the material. The toxics and chemicals in the rain determine a 1:1 impression and color the drops. The light pollution at the specific site influences the color of the background of the image. (2018)
(...) It's less like an object and more like the weather. In an object you can tell where the boundaries are, but in the weather it's impossible to say when something begins or ends.

John Cage




Ask your hands to know the things they hold ︎