As a child I tried to walk as much as possible on the white lines of the pedestrian crossing. It was a fun game but there was also another reason, if I wasn’t able to
walk on the white lines, I was afraid that something bad would happen.
Sometimes I’m convinced that by performing a certain action I can prevent something unpleasant from happening. I am aware this action cannot affect
the course of anything but I still find myself following my intuition over
my deliberative thoughts in performing the act.
This project focuses on the balance between both having and losing control.
Repetition, rhythms and the principle of cause and effect are its central themes.