Windows, 2012

“Windows captures the very intimate moment of viewing, the simple act of standing and watching, when you are not sure whether something has just appeared, should appear soon, or whether anything is about to appear at all. This perspective returns the viewer back to the “old fashioned” way of watching or looking in a very specific, maybe even romantic and poetic way, outside. Simply staring out the window is something that seems to disappear from our world. These days we are staring like that only at the windows in the screens of our digital devices”.(Alexandra Schwartz Curator of ontemporary Art-Montclair Art Museum)