Irgend (2017). Artist's book, handmade, 20,5 x 29 cm. 30 C-Prints, 13 x 9 cm, mounted on 40 pages, Japanese binding.  
Irgend
(eng.: Some, esp.: Algún, fra.: Quelque)
The home is a web of habits, of redundancies, of the banal,
which can absorb the unfamiliar, the other and foreign.
Human existence is a constant commuting between home and world.   (Vilém Flusser)


Artist's book, handmade, 20,5 x 29 cm. 30 C-Prints, 13 x 9 cm mounted on 40 pages, Japanese binding.       
      
Irgend (engl.: some) (2017) examines the private space by means of photographic still life. In this work "home" appears as a network built of objects the inhabitant chooses to be surrounded by. Within this private system things, images and textiles can be seen as coordinates providing emotional orientation and commitment. Thus, in this artistbook "home" is rather an abstract space than a specific geographical location. It is the very close cropping of the image that enables us to look differently at this commonplace.


Excerpt of artist‘s book Irgend (2017). Inkjet prints, 13 x 18 cm, wooden slat.
Set-up 2017 at UG Museum Folkwang Essen, GER