With her work, Griet Moors occupies a transitional area. In her project at FLACC, entitled 'Boundary Examinations', she examines the painterly qualities of a digital image through spatial installations on a flatbed scanner. By subsequently integrating these new images into her existing practice in which paintings and installations act as each other's impetus, she explores – in quite a unique manner – the unsteady boundaries between, among others, painting, installation art, photography and architecture. Her work engages with a way of perceiving that is not tied to any discipline, but that is rather autonomized through a visual exchange between matter and representation. Her images, in this way, reinterpret the relationship between the tactile and the elusive, in which 'the' reality turns out to be nothing more than 'a' reality.