Kindt's work has a strong autonomous character.
It is a world of its own, one that she reports to the viewer by means of photography, video and text, but at the same time leaves much, if not all, to the power of persuasion.
the viewer by means of photography, video and text, but at the same time leaves much, if not all, to the persuasive power of her visual work.
of her visual work. Her work, which varies in technique, thus consciously steers in a certain direction that she herself wants,
but, as mentioned, also leaves much to the viewer's own imagination. There is no question of reciprocity.
A certain story, a myth, always forms the starting point; the works of art are not merely illustrations, but elevate the theme to a higher plane, so that, as a viewer, you are able to see the story and the myth in a higher light.
The works of art are not merely illustrations but raise the theme to a higher level, allowing the viewer to step into the artist's world. You may even become a part of it if you
become part of it if you try hard.