There is visible violence in each city, but also the potential of hidden aggression, loneliness, and stress related to the confined spaces within the city. In the work SCRATCHED AND ENGRAVED, the walls of public spaces are represented as the skin of a neighborhood.
Violent, racist, and sexist, political utterances as well as love stories are written on walls, trees and phone booths.
These statements, reflecting the atmosphere of a location, are projected on the human body and transformed into scars and brandings. The outside becomes an extension of the private inner conflict in a city, and vice-versa.