In 2007 I decided to start making "Low-fi" photos with my Sony Ericsson phone and its 2.0 megapixels camera. In this work I use the digital camera like an analog camera. The technical limitations of my phone camera and the way I take these photos helps me escape overproducing and to create a kind of photography which I call "singularity photography".
In my new photo project (2010) - "emBODYment photography" - I am creating photos with my body or bodies of other performers. These photos are produced physically in space and time. I am creating/choreographing/directing a photo. Sometimes other people are taking these photos. These photos are "physicalizing an image and pictorializing a movement", which means for me dealing with the paradox of the existing body (living/being) and with the reception of an image (reflection).