“Human nature, essentially changeable, unstable as the dust, can endure no restraint; if it binds itself it soon begins to tear madly at its bonds, until it rends everything asunder, the wall, the bonds, and its very self.”
—Franz Kafka, 'The Great Wall of China'

“All the modern things/Have always existed/They’ve just been waiting/To come out/And multiply/And take over/It’s their turn now.”
—Björk, 'The Modern Things'

Undergirded by the language of carpentry and practical building, the works in Razerbilder are shot through with complexifying interventions—floor plans dissolve; constructions are hybridized, confounded, and filigreed with idiosyncratic codes.

Whether ruins, relics, or building blocks, the works in Razerbilder evidence the uncanniness and volatility of the structures and objects that form our worlds.