2014 - Photography, text, collected material
"When I immerse myself in a subject, I start to live in its reality, stretching out my thoughts in sticky strings. The water I drink feels thicker. I analyze it as it slides over the surface of the cup, I feel it run down my throat, thicker and slower than it used to. Water, which I’ve always thought of as thin and light, has regained its weight.
Outside, the air keeps the snowflakes up, sometimes it seems like they are parti-cles flowing through a thick substance, like in the deepest part of the ocean. I am conscious of my breath, too conscious, I feel it go through my system. I imagine Im moving, reacting, slower, actively pushing myself through the air while I feel the resistance it presses against my body. I make the air thicker, more visible, using only my mind."