A projection in an pitchdark room during which a voice-over philosophises and sings. A series of portraits behind coloured handmade glass, whose visibility changes while you walk past them. A photograph that can move in its frame, which visitors can hold in their hands while surrounded by essayistic texts.
Sanne Kabalt (Amsterdam, 1989) works with photography and writing. She makes installations, videos and publications around themes such as mourning, mental illness and the relationship between humans and nature. Based on the content of her projects, she invariably arrives at new forms during the process, as if the work itself determines its form. Alongside her visual work, Sanne writes poetry and prose. She also frequently gives workshops, for example at Buitenkunst.