Europe: In third person deals with memory at geographical or metaphorical edges of Europe. It examines the narrative of abandonment using poetry and architecture to approach the moment of decay without taking hold of it – in a condition, where no one else interprets one’s own thoughts.
HD Video, 7min.
»Apropriated Self-Portrait of a Woman Speaking in Third Person«
text by Chandler Coles
Mumok – museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien: »You've seen me before I. Between Appropriation and Déjà-vu«