Architecture is a part of our lived reality: simultaneously experienced visually, by the body and through countless forms of representation. It is integral to our history and context: a form of production and sociability, of power and exploitation. The architecture of our environment speaks: it is not mute.
My practice is driven by the question of how – and where – I experience architecture. My work engages with this question through both my direct and mediated experiences. This results in works that use rubbings of architecture, and the photographs and texts that I find in architects' archives. The work, shown together, as artefact and image, questions if architecture can be adequately represented in images or texts, or if it exists only as concrete matter, as a place we can touch and see.