I photograph a maple ash shrub. I cut the black and white photo measuring 60 x 90 centimentres into strips. I weave these photo strips into the shrub itself. Over a period of three years, I photograph details of the weave in the bush in the different seasons of the year.
Weather and climate leave traces on the chemical substance of the photo strips. I think of the original meaning of the word photography: photós, “light” and graphein “to write, to draw”: “drawing with light”.