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As part of my art practice, I look to my immediate surroundings to gather objects and information as I walk in my daily routine. My natural inclination to collect intersects with my intention to primarily make work with things that I find. To make work of and from the world.

Often these found objects become the material in which to explore a specific site or space, as a way of articulating it’s peculiarities and perhaps our habitation of it.

These found or discarded objects, become my art materials. They are “recycled’ for use in making multiple artworks, sometimes as repetitive units or as assemblages.

Annelies Jahn