What is missing. “Soon it will be late” is an art event that nourishes itself on the absences. A photographed tree chunk is not here, a couple of meaningful letters are missing from the listed alphabet, a few pages from the calendar have been torn away. Also, the audience is not here to complete the images that organize and disperse like an exploration of temporary layers, historical con gurations, material strati cations, everyday time economized into old and abandoned calendars, dates and terms needed for spawning drawn shapes that follow the “learn to draw in your spare time” manuals, or the didactic, playful, artistic techniques; to build meanings through quick readings, spell, thought or desired drawings, through tracing images collected by memory. It is about constructing a game with these absences, understanding them not as an imminent frustration, but as the challenged posed by the uncertain exit of a labyrinth, or by the adventure of sketching the lost context of prehistoric stones, or by the challenge of attributing an event to the “februari 1917” printed on the sheet of some foreign and lost calendar.

Exhibition-making, Notions of time

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The scope of my work is very broad because it is in permanent dialogue with the changing social rhythms, time perceptions and political landscapes.