In Some Fundamental Way, When I Look at You, Your Face Becomes Mine.
2012, 117 doublesided digital prints in 13 stacks, each 29,7*42 cm, text, shelf.
Sources: The Sigmund Freud Lecture 2010, Oxford English Dictionary, Google image search

The installations departs from a sentence, In some fundamental way, when i look at you, your face becomes mine. It describes a psychological reaction we all have in social encounters, my brain will mirror your movements and feelings, but it remains unconscious.
These connections reminds me of the fact that word beginning with the same letters often have things in common that we are not aware of, but we can use to understand new words. I have, therefore, found the next words in an dictionary after each word in the sentence, searched for images on them and made a visual sentence that goes deep by cutting through the images, starting on the same letters.

2012, 117 doublesided digital prints in 13 stacks, each 29,7*42 cm, text, shelf. Sources: The Sigmund Freud Lecture 2010, Oxford English Dictionary, Google image search 2012, 117 doublesided digital prints in 13 stacks, each 29,7*42 cm, text, shelf. Sources: The Sigmund Freud Lecture 2010, Oxford English Dictionary, Google image search