I create intricate large-scale performative installations. They grow organically and spread out as far as they can. They form an assemblage of everyday objects and materials already charged with meaning. My work combines elements of sculpture, installation art, performance and video art, which are all meant to contaminate each other and, in the process, create a network entangling objects, performer and spectators alike. All of them are forced to permanently communicate, negotiate, overlap and to evolve in a landscape oscillating between chaos and order, the familiar and the unfamiliar. My work challenges the audience through an aesthetic experience and aims to facilitate the dialog and exchange with forms of otherness, strangeness.

It aways begins with a durational performative process in mind. Process remains at the centre. Even when I create objects the work is about the becoming of things.