Plateaus (flipbook, photo copy, 14x9 cm, 176 pag., edition of 10) is a flipbook about a person who dives into the water. Underwater he stumbles onto a big rock which appears to be the head of a statue. Plateaus is made with a Super-8 underwater camera. The 166 frames of the film are printed and manipulated with water. These wet prints were then stacked into a pile, absorbing the ink of the surrounding prints. In this way they have further affected each other in a organic way. Plateaus is a work about layers. Layers in a material sense: the process of formats that the imagery goes through. But also in a visual sense: that which is below the surface.
Plateaus: Animated excerpt from the book