Water Hollows Stone, Not By Force, But By Often Falling.
I believe everything is a result of everything. Everything I do has a purpose, and every experience I go through is because my body acts the way it does. The body needs to experience before it can reflect.
Water shapes the stone, as my experiences shapes me.
The time and action of making plays an important role, where the dialogue between the material and my body, with their abilities and restrictions, work as the framework for my process driven practice. Inspired by the philosophy of Slow Art, I use repetition and make rules that serve as limitations. These can also be seen as rituals.
Photo: Ole Akøy