Kika Brockstedt

The absence of text or dialogue changes the way we look at an image. Experimenting with staged set ups, objects and food has become my visual language.


A collaboration with Minshin Yano.

 Desiderio /dɛzi’dɛrjo/ m (pl. desideri) Italian

1. wish, desire, longing

This film is an absurd recreation of 1960’s advertisement that is enhancing thehabits and needs of modern society. It is a light-hearted investigation into “Desire” and “Fake”. Through experimentation, recreating food and playing with objects, this project reflects an abstract view on the world.