An archive about fridges and their owners in London, Cape Town, Pretoria, Istanbul, Madrid, Paris, Berlin and other areas in Germany. This series is about fridges, yes fridges you heard right— a space which people use probably more than three times a day without a greater intention. So what does this tell us about the people who use these fridges? Do we have a special system filling it? What belongs in our fridges and what do we eat? Is there any difference or similarity between different cultures, countries, ages or flat sharing? Do we keep leftovers and how do we store them? The trend goes even more now towards a responsible handling with food like bio produced items or special diets. Do we see this in our fridges? Are we finding our fridges filled with a superfluous amount of food where we end up taking from the first row and forgetting about the rest? Within the past few years, the topic of food has been the main focus of my interests so it’s even more important to me that I do this series of fridges with their owners. Feel free to sneak into my archive of fridges and make an opinion to yourself! Or tell me what you think!
"Show me your fridge" with a single exhibition at Environmental Festival Horzionte Zingst
Glad and proud to be a part of with a single exhibition “Show me your fridge”. Special thanks to who curated the exhibition and gave me the chance to show my project. Seeing my images in this scale gave them a whole new dimension and invited the viewer to dig even deeper into all the fridges. I especially enjoyed watching all the visitors going through the fridges, each finding different details and also question their own consuming behavior. The exhibition is still open until February 2023.
"Show me your fridge" at Group Exhibition "zu Tisch" at Voegele Kulturzentrum, Switzerland
Never thought this would happen to me! I got interviewed about my fridge project on TV.