An upside-down image of a tree over a bed.

The Pinhole Room

12.3.2012 (AT)

With the camera obscura effect I was exploring the space and environment we live in.

The light comes in the room through a pinhole, which I made by covering the entire window with black plastic bags, making a big hole in the middle and taping a piece of cardboard with a bit smaller hole. It could work with the hole on plastic bag, but I wanted to do it precise. Sometimes the plastic bags are very thin and then you have to add double or even triple layers.

The outside world is overlapping the inside space with an uncanny twist. It is a mix of nature and a built environment, synchronized rhythms and two different kinds of silence.

An upside-down image of trees and houses on a wall.