3 digital prints on
lenticular foil (70x100cm),
Collaboration with Julia Zuleger
Pictures of imaginary worlds capture as much space and meaning in our memory as pictures of the real world. While creating foreign figures, aware or unknowingly, one is influenced by the collective world of imaginative beings. Thereby these creatures also gain something familiar.
At the same time there is enough space left for your own imagination, to fill the gaps of the story and activate the imaginary world. The figures in Superposed Swevens are changing while they are watched. Because of the technique of lenticular printing and it's flip effect the characters come alive for a short moment before they freeze again.