Artist Statement


Her practice is based on the moving image, with a particular focus on cinema history, archaeology of cinema, and archives. Engaging with a diverse range of media, including video, photography, performance, AI and virtual reality, she frequently revisits, reenacts, and remediates older devices and iconographies to understand the influence that technologies and images have on our perception and cultural imagery. As such, display and duration – particular the concept of the loop – are key elements of her practice. Her current research, based on archives and oral sources, investigates the relationship between architecture, spectatorship and urbanism in 20th-century cinema theatres.