Bodies explode their surrounding world and provide – unique as they are – the protecting space of recognition.
The photomontages in “Giants” visualize experiences of everyday discrimination inscribed in the body. The displayed texts describe the attempted communication with the creators of a dimensionless coenaesthesia.
The installation talks about human bodies, their fluid size and the power structures that apparently make them shrink or grow.
“Giants” is this sense of undimension in a society that always originates from the heterosexual, healthy, white, cis* body.
Here are giants in dollhouses, buildings in which humans feel vanishing small, realities that make people grow.