My occupation gave me an immense opportunity to work in-depth and care for the unique collections materials in a modern way, which is exciting. Here is a glimpse of what it is like here in the center for digitization
In the last years I began to write about things I was witnessing, job experiences and combined it with my prints. Viewing always all my work as "in-progress" I did not pursue "gallery" representation. Rather, I viewed my processes as well as immigration as private and wanted to safeguard them.
Today I want to change that.
I strongly believe that my experiences (either approaching a fragile rare object in lab or applying for a new job) are universal, and therefore can be shared.
Today I want to talk about what stages I went through in search of personal independence in the States and where I was staying on the way.
Some people redefining themselves in another country through roots, through a common past. I've started to deal with self-identification through work.
Let me tell you how it felt.