The work OBSERVER took shape while I was fundamentally thinking about our way of perceiving and the difference between perceptions when standing and lying down. OBSERVER consists of round canvas rugs with a diameter of about eight meters and some small, round cutouts.  Lying on your stomach, you can look through a round hole and perhaps see grass and insects, for example. Lying on your back, you can see the vast sky, with a bird or a plane here and there. By taking a walk through the landscape and witness the aesthetic characteristics of the rug’s presence in that location. In all cases it is never only the designed material aspect of the work that matters, it is how this materiality interrelates with participants and the environment.
OBSERVER reveals connections between micro- and macro-perceptions when the viewer rolls over and changes position. With our body in a horizontal position, we perceive different elements.