Visual-centric practicing between art and design, based in Bergen, Norway. The starting point tends to be investigatory, and the main engine is to collect images and then connect. The process is negotiating between the intentional and the generative output, in physical and digital material alike. This often results in handmade and digital collage, three dimensional collage and spacial assemblages, analogue photography and photogrammetry landscape.

While exercising states of representation, the intentions are essentially poetic. 

Selected works 
2014—2021:

Four women, two men & a monster
Terra Nullius
Once in a Blue
up without an insistent casting away
Terra Incognita
The Mornings After
What will happen when everything becomes anything becomes everywhere becomes all things?





Mark



Digital collages
2019


Series of digital interventions in found imagery of sculptures from different historical periods.
The original images are scanned and repurposed with algorithmic tools which, by eliminating areas, synthesize new visual content by interpreting and copying nearby areas.
The results are arbitrary, by the algorithm’s will, and each intervention has different outputs, never the same.

Taking sculpture and rock, that material that encapsulates time, as a metaphor for reality, these new sculptures propose reflection about erosion. In the current post-truth world, the digital settles down in matter.

The series is thought as a collectable.


“Nada muda de forma como as nuvens, a nao ser os rochedos”
—Victor Hugo

Part of the series was exhibited at Festival A Porta,
@Casa Plástica, Leiria (PT) 2019.