ESHTER FRANK email@example.com
in my work i research the position of human - i versus other, and us versus object. in my
human is tangible, yet out of sight. Or, to put it more simply:
Human just left.
But what did it leave behind? And how does it read, this debris of human presence?
what is the story?
in this power play between human and its surroundings cause and effect inspires me. i softly juxtapose it against a background of environmental issues and increasing influence of the device/ algorithm. my practice of
serves as a personal rebellion against efficiency, while in fact still searching for its validation - researching the questions:
1. What does human mean to time?
2. What does human mean to nature? 3. What does human mean to object?