One Thousand Steps,  2004

In these photographs, I try to represent things that cannot be photographed as such:  things that are abstract, universal or constantly changing.  I try to capture them at moment of photographs birth by prolonging the exposure, letting the time pass and hoping the invisible to become visible. I walk or travel otherwise in distance simultaneously while the image is being exposed, hoping that the landscapes draws itself on the photograph. Everything that I pass piles and piles on the negative, until there is so much visual information, that the image becomes transparent, almost disappears.  In the inevitable impossibility to share my experience, I am left but an attempt to create a crossroad where we both can observe the thing from our own angles.

In the series One Thousand Steps I exposed the image the time that it took me to walk one thousand steps on chosen locations.