one only for the wind
sail flags, text taken from virginia woolfs the waves
outside bergen kunsthall

This work removed every time the word ‘one’ and its following sentence appeared from the text ‘the waves’ by Virginia Woolf. The word ‘one’ is utilised as a pronoun that can mean both one person and a collective whole simultaneously. The fragments are read as a poem that is placed outside on large-scale sail flags, allowing the viewer to read themselves into the words.