"On a cold December morning in Texel, NL I walk across straw covered farmer’s fields. Suddenly, a plastic bag blows in the wind and catches my attention. As I move closer, the black plastic turns into flesh and feathers.“ Ravens were worshipped as ancestors in pagan religions and native american cultures. They were often seen on totem poles, which is why Christian people in the middle Ages saw them as impure animals who brought misery and death with them. Ever since traditional European farmers hang dead ravens in their fields to keep the alive ones away.

Netherlands, 2015