Material: Frame Included,Pigment Print,Photographic Paper
This artwork is part of a photo-biographical archive. The autobiographical archive consists of the artist’s analog photographs. It includes references to Melanie... Read More
This artwork is part of a photo-biographical archive. The autobiographical archive consists of the artist’s analog photographs. It includes references to Melanie Klein’s “the good object” (photographs of college; friends; photomontages of family; environments, and love-letters) and “the bad object” (photographs of her mother, documents about suicide and depression). More precisely, they display memories of places of comfort as well as of trauma, which are connected by the highway A32, a route taken daily by the artist. These often display places of her home and the University. The motifs are repeated cyclically. The archive is an accumulation of photos into a single artwork, where each image nevertheless stands out on its own (having their own imagetic and reflexive independence). Despite not considering this project confessional art, examples such as Tracey Emin or Nan Goldin, the work operates within an open narrative due to the photographed elements chosen. The repeated use of the same photographed element elevates the photographed subject (in this case the University`s Garden) somehow to a symbolic state. This repetition is used in a therapeutic and cathartic way to overcome the death drive or to remember the good memories in life, such as college life.
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