The project, Intersections (2016) deals with the process of remembering and the idea of a dynamic identity being continuously reshaped as a result of interaction and reflection. Being an interactive installation, the work also reflects on the role photography plays in this process, as well as the contemporary use of images.
The work’s point of departure is an associative system of photographs that were taken over ten years, comprising various sets of images based on formal and thematic connections and patterns. Such as the way each photograph in the family of sets gains significance in its relation to the other images, the work evolves through the interaction with the audience.
Each visitor is invited to rearrange the photographs on a magnetic wall; thus the ever-changing body of work is being born at the intersection of the artist’s and the audience’s intention and decisions.

Feel free to play with the images on the site and move them!