The desire to capture nothingness – that which is not seen but we know exists.
The human body as the material closest to us, and in fact inseparable of us, serves as the subject of research in my work. Through the body and its examination with different means, I create images transformed over time, up to the printing stage.
Concretization of something that is not concrete, like breathing, and drawing a line between the original source, the material – the body, and the printed image. At times, the scanner replaces the camera in capturing the moment and forming the composition, and at times like in a darkroom, the light transforms the nothingness to the information of something.