Dignity on Fire 2019
'Dignity on Fire' is an exploration on home space and decadence, a trace on a traumatic event, as the artist took these images in her own home/studio after a fire destroyed it in 2017, in Rotterdam. A personal journey through existential crises, memory loss, unconscious anxiety until she experienced how to not be a stranger to herself. Within this work she is pretending to understand growth and control, then she remembers: “I’ll forget everything once.”
Henrietta Müller (HU/RO) The young interdisciplinary artist, known about her obsessions, she is constantly engaging with opposite ideas to understand more about perception and how to use mediums as tools. Originally from Transylvania, where since a young age she was performing and touring with an alternative theatre group and later was actively writing poetry slam and organised art camps. Henrietta moved to The Netherlands in 2014 and has been practicing photography, new media and performance ever since. The change between a post-communist country to a capitalist western society lead her into a more individual artistic research and gained her interest about human suffering.