Misa stripped bare
2017, installation, variable sizes
Stone, different types of paper, graphite
A stone picked up at the coast of the Baltic See. Not a pebble but a rock, massive and heavy, matter folded onto itself. It is an irregular volume, raw; it has lived. Observed up-close it shows numerous marks, lines, fissures and wrinkles. A set of visual signs, and then these folds that contain even more mystery.
I wanted to access the inner layers of the stone, to enter the lines and holes in the surface and turn them inside out. To unfold its history, its hidden life.