Re-discovering silence (2016) is a series of black and white ‘homemade’ photographs around the topic of stillness and intimacy in our households. Poetics/ politics of everyday life deals with the hidden poetics and aesthetic qualities of everyday often disregarded objects that surround us.
This work would like to offer a chance of retrospection, reflection and action: it calls for the activation and deepening of our inner gaze. Re-discovering silence is fascinated by interiors of houses bare of human life with an intense and dramatic lighting. I reckon that the current ecological crisis calls for our attention to the fact that human beings do not stand at the center of a passive universe: humans are not superior than other species.