zesentwintig gaten (26 holes)
printed matter, edition of 50
While walking along a river in the outskirts of a former fishing village in Japan, I encountered a solitary woman playing a game of golf. She had built her own golf course on a piece of wasteland. Plastic bottles filled with water served as substitutes for the traditional holes in the ground.
As a follow-up on this encounter in rural Japan, a short internal monologue from the perspective of the golfer came to exist. I combined this monologue with a collection of auditory impressions from the same place.
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Graphic design: Charlotte Boeyden