The paintings in this room are virtuosic, formal and reverent, everything that my world is not.
Deep time is like deep water. It’s hard to stay in deep time: you are always brought back to the surface.
In much of my work there is a theme of the unspeakable or the unsayable.
Cameras are also devices for transforming appearances.
Between the First and Second World Wars, the German Weimar Republic became the scene for one of the most creative periods in cinema history.
While I think it’s important to acknowledge the history of the institution, we shouldn’t be too navel-gazing about it.
My aim is to tell the story visually first. I challenge myself to imagine the story only told through images.