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The project Eyelids encompasses a series of photographs of museum windows. They are ‘painterly ready-mades’, between abstraction and figuration. In the foreground there is always a veiling surface: curtains, foggy glass, scratched glass, rain, dirty, etc. This makes a subtle correlation to the physicality of the surface of the photograph itself and to the tradition of the pictorial plan.
Those images have been taken in art museums around the world. They document architectural elements that are meant to go unnoticed. Windows are there to let light in the works of art, or to filter light out - they muffle the outside world.
I have my back to all the other tourists as I photograph the fleeting.
I think of those surfaces as porous, at least in between the sensual world and the world of the mind, eyelids.