In my work as an artist, I focus on both actual and fictional space and the changes resulting from human interventions.
I am interested in the moments of urban and individual movement, tilting from one sensation to another and how identities change throughout the course of everyday life. The frictional interface between the public and private spheres forms an intersection, which I draw from for my research and inspiration.
As part of my projects, I like to invite guests to participate in order to explore these areas together with them. The integration of our collective minds into my artistic objects expresses a multitude of shared longings, experiences, memories and hopes for the present and future.