Untitled (Slagelse, 27.08.19) Ward screen, UV sensitive dye on cotton 180x120 cm 2019
Untitled (London, 16.10.19) Ward screen, UV sensitive dye on cotton and voile 180x120 cm 2019
Untitled (London 25.10.19) Ward screen, UV sensitive dye on silk 180x120 cm 2019
Untitled (London, 26.10.19) Ward screen, UV sensitive dye on voile 180x180 cm 2019

In this series of sculptures I worked with a UV-sensitive dye on fabric normally used for soft furnishing and dress-making. The fabrics were treated with emulsion in a darkroom and hereafter exposed either on site or in the garden of the house where I grew up, resulting in 9 different photographs. In this way, the different patterns and colours are a recording of the specific light conditions of that specific moment (photo-graph, light-drawing). Each individual sculpture is titled after the date and place of the exposure.

Photography has a performative aspect to it that I work with and around in my abstract, photographic works. Roland Barthes writes in his book Camera Lucida – Reflections on Photography: ‘the movement exists by virtue of the photograph and the photograph exists by virtue of the movement: they cannot be separated from each other.‘ 

Installation view: Dyson Gallery (London, UK) 
Photos by the artist