Spider webs coexist with the history of an environment when the space is inactive. The webs absorb air, dust, smell, and time in the space. I collected webs in Rejymre, Sweden in August 2010 in a storage space that used to be a glass factory. I spent four days alone in the space collecting, connecting, adding, spinning, and weaving spider webs into a string. The string I made was almost unnoticeable, and I left it there as the residue of my connection with Rejymre, Sweden. I plan to return someday because I remain curious to see how time and space, as well as other spiders, responded to the string after I left.
-Exhibition venue: Kunsthal Charlottenborg (DE), Rejymre (SE)
-Video credit: Shirin Adhami