Video Installation, 2016 || Multi-channel HD, 4:00 minutes

    The term “blind spots” is used in psychology to refer to the aspects of a personality that are not recognized by the person in question. The individual’s blindness to certain parts of themselves results in a difference between the self and the image others have of us. The site-specific projection on the bottom steps of stairs in front of a church provides insights into imaginary spaces that reveal the hidden and concealed. In the style of Expressionist silent film, fragments of dark and forbidden worlds are illuminated, whereby the lines separating madness and normality are fluid. In certain situations, blind spots can take on an essential protective function as defense and repression.