“Following Metzger`s auto-destruction art manifesto, my work reflects on the idea of artistic authorship. The series relies on the experimental film development technique called film soup. Rolls of film are boiled with lemon juice to cause damage to the surface. The result is unpredictable for the artist and, therefore, shifts the intentionality of production.

By giving up some of the agency, I am able to participate in observation rather than fully control the production of an art piece. This dispersion of agency allows me to engage with a sense of helplessness and chance. This chance serves as a contributor to the architectural liminality. Non-existent places are formed out of memory recordings on film and chemical reactions. The liminality in its own right then serves as the artist`s meditation on nostalgia and immigration”