When I was young
I attempted to dissolve
An Omen is an object or sight indicating eventual notions of the future. It is subject to interpretation and deeply dependent on personal belief and experience. Formed by what has been done and happened to us, our minds act as a filter, registering what is connected to our threads of thought with a special emphasis.
Through my own filter I have encountered the same reocurring symbols over different periods of time, subjectively often pointing to disruptive events in fore- or hindsight. I have not always been able to decipher the signs in a timely manner.
With a strong autobiographical influence the stream of images explores the relationship between subjective and objective reality, as well as the interaction between the own bodily entity and the surrounding environment.
The visuals are interwoven, telling a story which transforms into smoke when attempting to retell it.
This is a poem, running down a path leading into the fog. The answers will only be revealed at the end.
The book has 48 pages and consists of 22 photographs.