RESIDENCY AIRE 2018
In 20218 Esberg spent 3 month in Valparaiso, Chile at AIre Valpo.
Esberg's practice is site responsive, autobiographical, and based on the aesthetic and poetic exploration of the connectedness of beings and things.
Esberg borrows concepts, materials, and processes from the Land Art, the Arte Povera, the Social Sculpture movements, and phenomenology. She highlights the impermanence of the human experience and anthropocentrism by removing time frames.
As with her ongoing Wytham Woods residency in Oxford, walking is key to her work. It is an opportunity to engage with space intimately.
Esberg uses lens-based media and found objects to document traces, marks, and narratives that she transforms into a series of works embodying her experience of space.
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