While creating a body of work that links photography and performance together, To a Place I can't Pronounce questions the notion of selfhood in relation to its surroundings and language. The images are conceived as annotations of ideas that comment on the way people interact with each other and the way we look at ourselves and identify with the other.

1st and 2nd impression (Diptych, 2014), Baryta inkjet print, 70 x 52 cm per print: What's left of the passing, back and forth, in front of the camera is an abstract representation of a subject where features are lost.