Spaces - urban, rural, private, public, interior etc., hold a complex embodiment of meanings. Space and how human residue can function as demarcation of that space has been the center of my work over the last years.
I focused on interior spaces, membership clubs, living rooms and history museums (2001-2009), to name a few. This body of work investigates the phenomenon of the permeability of icebergs as the residue of change, which directly results from global human action.
Just as the stone, steel, and mortar of a city holds embedded imprints of the collective aspirations of different eras so does the wider arena of nature, the landscape of Greenland in particular. This Disorder and order are in constant flux, as the landscape expresses grandeur or devastation, oppression or dynamism.