FREDERIKKE JUL VEDELSBY

A person, a space, or an area can present itself to me as a complex and picturesque place. To take care of my impulse to make visible the potential images there, it's crucial for me to be situated close to the person, the space, or the area for a certain period in order to figure out how I can make the images visible. Voices that speak about mysterious occurrences, experiences, and codes are drawn out from the days and the nights, and in my works I cast them as recreated and solidified narratives about invisible contexts. The voices want to be part of the same poem.