“Does it matter?” Isjah explores this question by zooming in and out by instigating wonder. She makes her work on simple, accessible surfaces such as recycled paper, photo’s, cardboard or a piece of wood. Driven by curiosity she lays layers, shapes and lines on top of each other. Diluted paint spills out spontaneously. Seas, a horizon, coral reefs, disappearing insects? In the loosely set up image, a vague feeling emerges as an undertone. The result is an image that squeezes past the aesthetically pleasing picture. A layered image remains, searching for more than words.