Halfway Presumptions

Selection of works:

The starting point for the series was an ordinary problem of a maker: a struggle in the fine line between over-doing and under-doing. When the work is ready? When it’s already dead? What is enough to keep up the tension?

I started to look differently the bits and pieces on my table. Working fast and letting the hands do thinking. The name of the series came with the same method: letting the hands do choosing. The name has irony towards me as a maker and it can be seen as a question – did I dare enough or is the intention just partly fulfilled? It also includes a very important point to me as a maker: the work is in halfway when I let it go. When someone puts it on it becomes a whole.