At the heart of Engh’s practice is an interest in the polymorph – the capacity of an object to take on different identities and functions depending on its context. Engh’s work goes far beyond mere documentation of the place and its scenarios to grasp the subjects of his search by creating clones of the original. In the process, he conquers new points of view and new conceptions of the «things» that belong to reality and experience. This process of re-creating what is real is a precise attempt to scan the spirit and history that objects carry with them and, at the same time, an attempt to abstract them from their original context, to exhibit them in new circumstances by seeking an unexpressed potential in them.
86 pgs, 15 × 20 cm, Softcover, 2011, 9788293104049