born 1984, is an architect, currently completing the Master program “Public Art and New Artistic Strategies” in Bauhaus-University of Weimar in Germany.
Her work, mainly temporary interventions, involves architectural elements in public space and raises questions on language, memory, and social relations.
Landscape installation, estimated measurements 5 x 0.10 x 0.05 m [flexible according to landscape]
“Blend In” is a landscape intervention.
A long line is dug in the ground, forming a ditch, inside which pigment powder is poured, in a colour matching that of the landscape. With a blow of a wind, the powder is gradually removed from the ditch, and spread to the surroundings, revealing the ditch where it was initially placed. When the rain comes, the powder colour becomes paint, colouring temporarily the ground.
The intervention is about what is visible and what is not, and the small changes that can be traced or revealed when natural elements, wind and water, take over.
The size and shape of the work is flexible, as it has to be adjusted and integrated in the landscape.
The change of the work throughout the days will be documented.