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I am using natural dyes and colours from plants in an extended and experimental form to understand communications between human, plants and animals. I blur the boundaries between art, science and philosophy, creating biochemical natural colour processes. Interdisciplinary art projects highlighting the environmental sensitivities, water quality and sustainability.

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H2O Whose water are you?
H20 Whose water are you? Finally ready with collecting, documentation, hanging and collecting stories of hundred of different water samples for the exhibition 'Whose water are you'? All of them now hanging in their own glass, all make their own story through processes and colour change, human interaction, time and the light in an urban environment. In my last empty beaker I filled with water left by two small girls. They looked for rain water from small ponds in the street, but in the end they came with tap water from the library mixed with some soil and plant matter. Its been very interesting and enjoyable meeting with all these people coming with water samples from all different places in Angered. We have had many interesting knowledge sharing and talks around our water here in Angered and globally. We are are all connected, we all come from the same river once. We all share the same water and we only have one earth.
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H2O Whose water are you?

H20 Whose water are you?
Finally ready with collecting, documentation, hanging and collecting stories of hundred of different water samples for the exhibition ‘Whose water are you’? All of them now hanging in their own glass, all make their own story through processes and colour change, human interaction, time and the light in an urban environment. In my last empty beaker I filled with water left by two small girls. They looked for rain water from small ponds in the street, but in the end they came with tap water from the library mixed with some soil and plant matter. Its been very interesting and enjoyable meeting with all these people coming with water samples from all different places in Angered. We have had many interesting knowledge sharing and talks around our water here in Angered and globally. We are are all connected, we all come from the same river once. We all share the same water and we only have one earth.