If These Walls Could Talk
Environmental intervention; photoluminescent pigment on building. This project is a site-specific work done in a remote village in the Danube Delta, Romania.
On the site of a ruined house, I painted some of the walls with photoluminescent pigment. The images are invisible during the day, but once charged by sunlight they slowly become visible after sunset.
I see these images as visual manifestations of the memories and the spiritual history of the place. As an unheard whisper that becomes audible after dark, these images recall the life and prayers of those who once inhabited this space.