Burial is about trying to erase what I already know.
Project focuses on how much is needed to represent and if it is possible to represent without being literal. It turns to marginal, everyday, fragmented, and trivial. It puts peripheral into the center, looking into everyday with sense of discovery, up close. It abandons long distance, oriental destinations to travel via familiar territories. This is done, in order to make space for the inner and for new to come.
The project picks up puzzles to formulate identity. Photographs of “Burial” could be taken anywhere; they are collected piece by piece. They constitute specific portrait of viewer, carried by Northern European gaze in search of familiar, of something that ones relates to in the transient everyday.