Working with foam is a follow-up an my previous work and brings to an end one period of my four
year work at Faculty of Fine Arts.
It stems from graffiti as a technigue of spraying. Later I started to spray foam from a fire extingvisher
to create a plastic picture and from that continued to fill the space around me with.
In foam there is also an element of intimacy isolation and even a purifying and slightly
erotic hidden meaning.
Foam connects my creative side of working with colours bathing in colours and body painting
to the body - movement, dance and experience.
Foam objects work at the same time as site specific art.
I work with the shape of the foam and its meaning.
At each performance the viewer can read a story.
Sometimes I dance with foam. Sometimes I make love with it.
Sometimes I speak to it quietly. And sometimes I drown in it.
In foam I have space for my thoughts.
Sometimes it hides my secrets and sometimes it points at them.
When I’m in it I live through a feeling of total relaxation.
But sometimes I’m afraid of it although it is so fragile and temporary because it can be also
unchained and mean. Foam can temporarily change any wellknown place into absolutely
My Bachelor’s work was a project in which I re-created the courtyard of the Faculty of Fine Arts
into a foam cave.
I filled the whole courtyard with foam and staying in it created a cave / hollow
by moving my own body around in it and eventually become a decoration in the cave myself.