series of 12 photographs, 2018
26 x 40cm, mounted pigment prints
I often work with repetition and typologies. After becoming a parent, I have noticed how much of the every day life actually depends on repetition and routines. It can get tedious, but despite of that, repetition is what keeps a family with small children up and running. Dinner for example, you make it everyday approximately the same time and you sit in your usual seats. The frame is the same, but still, there is something that makes it different each time and that something is what makes it all worth while.
Our Daily Bread is a part of a work in progress exploration on motherhood, family and artistic practice.