A lone journey becomes a catharsis where the absolute presence of nature transforms and reappraises the weight of daily life, a sort of psychoanalysis between nature and the author, which also questions its place in the world.
"To feel small and powerless in front of natural manifestations may frighten and unravel people, but it imbues a great sense of peace and quiet." It also gives a sense of safety and poximity to the idea of infinite.
Her work is divided in 4 parts, it opens with a quote to astronomer J.E. Bode "Uranography", developing afterwards three distinct series of prints dedicated to the Scandinavian areas of Iceland, Lapland and Kiruna.