Book digitally printed on uncoated paper, 12 x 16 cm.


Day after day, while we go about our days, in day lit rooms, a day takes place. The everyday inhabits time that passes in the form of stillness and space where light moves but nothing moves. While living, we do not experience the day: we experience actions and events. We do not see light: we see visible things. But the daily movement of light through rooms makes days, composing a setting for a time without direction.

The aim of this work is to evoke an everyday that is not about the events and accomplishments of daily life, not even about its habits and routines, but about the rest: a time and a space to the side of activity, where nothing happens.