In my artistic practice, I have always focused on the tensions that exist between the historical and the contemporary and between the individual and the collective. I gradually shifted my focus from a static and one-dimensional translation of these tensions in collage and painting form to a more interactive and three-dimensional translation by applying objects, photography, performance/video and installation. During this transition, the question of my work also changed.
In recent years, my work has increasingly focused on the intertwining and dialogue between historical and contemporary narrative, specifically telling the (individual and collective) story over and over again.
It focuses on the intimate relationship between the body and the environment, a relationship that can cause stagnation of the personality but can also initiate an evolution of the personal identity through reflection.