The sterile, well-organised character of a hospital contradicts the personal experience of the individual, both as a patient and as a doctor, as well as a visitor.
An extraordinary aesthetic and a dreary atmosphere are tangible.
The photographs explore an abstract language where graphic compositions capture the spatial dynamics, the rhythmic character of the machinery and the strict structure and order of the equipment.
A clinical portrait unveils its hidden layers of hope, life and mortality.
Aesthetics versus reality.