Waiting at Winter is a moving image work which is part of the Waiting collection of ten works, each of which is created to seamlessly and continuously loop.
The collection was largely inspired by the works of the Danish Modernism and Expressionism movement, in particular the work of Carl Holsøe and Vilhelm Hammershøi.
After a long Summer, Jackdaws wait for migration. This work juxtaposes the early Winter exterior and the late Autumn interior. In order to create the visual impact of a painting, nothing can be out of focus. The old glass in the windows distorts the exterior scene.