Horizon is an image we all know, yet it is a symbol of the unknown, the edge. It is beautiful and scary. It is present and unreachable at the same time.
On a personal level, knowledge of the world is bound to perception, which in turn is moulded by the physical, cultural and technological settings. The boundaries of knowledge remain in constant change.
Images of horizons appearing in nature, and burned ends of ﬁlm rolls, function as my starting point. By modifying the information captured by light, I disturb the line that looms
in the distance – composing new views along the way. In these works, photograph is the horizon, a boundary surface, where imagination meets with reality.
The title of the work refers to the Greek origin of the word horizon, in which the notion of horizon’s shape as a circle is present.