This work traces personal moments of the year 2020, tells of ghosts, hallucinations, bodily and out-of-body experiences. It reflects on relations between absent and present in stories about memory and loss, touch and loneliness, anxiety and solace. Echoing our isolated pandemic lifes which seem to have shrunk to mere flickers on our screens, these stories were digitally transmitted instead of personally told, delivered via messenger services to your smartphone. Thus, in the context of the exhibition it was shown, the work itself became a ghost, present and absent at the same time.
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