Impossible Archive (Artefacts)


Collection of objects reflecting on how we construct believes, certainty and impossibilities.

‘If men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences.’


Thomas Theorem


Impossible Archive was a series of works including collection of essays on “impossibilities,” sculptural objects, video installation, and a two-channel museum audio guide performance.

Impossible Archive started from speculations about the past, reflections on how knowledge is subjective, and observations on the similarity between museum artefacts and MacGuffins*

in movies.


* term used by Hitchcock to describe a plot device (e.g. object, character, or event) that drives the plot forward, despite the MacGuffin not having any intrinsic significance in itself.

'Statistical Probability Tarot', screen print (film still) 2017
'Evidence of Absence', cyano-print, mdf, glass (film still) 2017
'Cabbages and Brains', plaster (film still) 2017