Grandmother said it's okay


2014 - 2021

My Grandparents have always lived in a big house in the countryside of Upper Austria, in an area called Mühlviertel.
It’s a hilly land, with rocks covered in moss, and the air is fragrant from the surrounding farms. As a kid growing up in the city, the countryside was a place full of adventures.
I have 11 cousins and as kids we played there together, dressing up and creating scenes with the clothes and objects our parents had left for us in the house. Years later I’m recreating these memories in front of my lens – a visual capsule of the retrospections that centre on the house. The images embody history and memories, hidden stories, which are mirroring aging, rituals and the impermanence of life. A tissue of methaphors.

2020 – Villa Noailles, International Festival of Fashion and Photography, Hyères / FR