My work involves a diary-like approach towards places-in-between, ‘an exploration of transitional states and concepts of being simultaneously ‘not yet’ and ‘no longer’’. In this
powerful zone where one’s values and practices intersect, ‘the artistic process reveals unexpected mysteries behind the seemingly ordinary’.
Personal experiences and memories play an important role in how we perceive the world
around us. They intensify our feelings and emotions, thereby giving our lives
meaning and richness. I travel the world with my eyes and soul wide open and
love to interact with people of different cultural backgrounds. From each
encounter and journey I treasure memories worth being worked with, interwoven
and transformed into something material. Capturing the energy and spirit of a
place, person, object or an idea involves my playing with the eroticism of the
To this end I pursue different threads in my art practice. All aim to redefine invisible
worlds and introduce them into a new context, into a space between knowledge
and aspiration, dreams and reality. I investigate ancient and modern structures,
the human body and natural materials with compassion and humour.
Uniting colours, light, glass, paper as well as found objects and materials, my works are
transforming and transformative.