Grandmother said it's okay


2014 - 2021
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Stefanie Moshammer's grandparents have always lived in a large house in the countryside of Upper Austria, in an area known as Mühlviertel. It's a hilly landscape with rocks adorned in moss, and the air carries the fragrance of the surrounding farms. She has 11 cousins, and during their childhood, they played together there, dressing up and crafting scenes using the clothes and objects their parents had left for them in the house.
Years later, she is recreating these memories – assembling a visual capsule of recollections that revolve around the house. The images encapsulate concealed narratives that mirror the effects of aging, rituals, and the impermanence of life. They form a tapestry of metaphors.

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