“Microscopies” is a collection of miniature photographs presented on microscope slides. The content of microscopies is invisible to the naked human eye and can only be identified by a microscope. They were generated by shrinking the original pictures from a personal “not-good-enough-for-an-artwork” folder to a microscopic scale. Microscopies show different sceneries from a setup with toy animals, assemblies of everyday objects and abstract double-exposures.

In scientific research, magnifying objects from a micromolar scale is often used to get and in-depth insight into a structure. In a certain sense this process is also used in the production for the art market: small ideas are blown up to enormous proportions on canvas.
To overcome this trend “Microscopies” draw the attention back to the microscopic scale and therefore can only be perceived by each viewer individually one by one.