Female Demon, 2016
From the series “Me and My Imaginary Friends”
Framed digital print; measurements with frame
The artwork is being exhibited at Ede Raadik´s personal exhibiton at Tartu Art House until 3.04.2016; the new owner will receive the artwork after the end of the exhibition.
Artist about the exhibition and her works: “Pareidolia is the tendency of the human brain to detect meaningful images in random structures and as such is an excellent basis for systematic pseudo-scientific nonsense.
Based on this idea I have systematically observed and mapped “human faces” that can be viewed in stones at different angles. All the faces I found I gave specific coordinates and labelled them with keywords based on my subjective experience.
The aim is to “look inside myself” in a similar way to the 19th century astronomer Percival Lowell, who mapped the shadows of the blood vessels in his eyes, interpreting them as the surfaces of faraway structures in space."