The compositions represent a way of working and a way of seeing. 

It is an active process when I collect the material of images they are composed of, when I trace my steps or the way my eyes wander with the means of my camera.

When I finally place them back into a “whole” picture I recreate what I have seen before and call it a composition. This process resembles a conversation with the subject the images were taken from.

I think the compositions ask for that same attention when you look at them, enabling you to follow my steps, looking at the pieces they are composed of, recreating the “whole” which was observed.

In the end the compositions seem to capture more time, more depths, more of what wants to be seen and described.