Smoke signals – 2019
méthacrylate, 100×60 – 2 méthacrylate 20x30cm, méthacrylate 30x40cm
The title of this work refers to the urgence of the actual situation of migration. Buoyant smoke is a daylight distress signal and can be used on ships, lifeboats and life rafts. It immediately emit smoke to attract attention.
This installation is part of a series of works, which touch upon current political issues such as migration & European border controls. The works not only reflect the political status quo, but rather invite the beholder to perceive current circumstances from a stand point of the past, and how these have developed ever since.