My work includes sculpture, photography and installation. In these works I often use the precise tools of the architect as a starting point, followed by a conscious deconstruction of this very formality, devoting myself to a constructed logic thriving towards the absurd. The materials I work with are often affordable, recognisable and easy access, chosen for their malleable quality as well as being suited to the ability of handling them directly with my own body, in order to affect the meaning of a given space.
As both artist and architect I am interested in the ideals embedded in architectures common tools, aesthetics and perspective, and I question how our bodies are both controlled and affected by these very ideals. My main focus lies on the relationship between abstract language and aesthetics, closely linked to the subject of architecture, and our bodies actual and lived experiences and positions.