My work is about the explorations of underlying patterns and connections between scientific paradigms and seemingly random aspects of humanity and its relationships. Sometimes the work takes the form of physical investigation
into materiality, at other times the questioning is more intellectual or philosophical.
I create a stage in which the boundaries between viewer, author and the installation itself starts to blur. In a space beyond the ordinary, they have a chance to encounter their own associations, themselves and other visitors.
They become and are an integral part of the artwork. To paraphrase Deleuze, I aim to achieve moments of deterritorialization, or an aspect of disorientation in order to orientate oneself a new. The environments become
a platform for artist and viewer to get lost, get found and to explore a temporary environment through senses,
intellect and spatial reckoning.