Paris can stay in bed (Installation view), 2019

Paris can stay in bed (Installation view), 2019

Making is at the core of my practice; it allows me to explore the stability and possibilities of form, structure and the material world. Employing the mediums of sculpture and installation, but also a multimedia approach, my work revels in aesthetical concerns which aim to bend the concept of the norm and of a given expectation. I often work with materials which might be deemed as conflicting, glass and concrete for instance, in order to create a friction, and to push against mainstream standards of beauty. Conventions are further challenged through my use of colour which I use as a material to emphasise a physical presence and to amplify a playful confrontation with space and time. My works explore and celebrate a sense of becoming, of subversion and fragile fruition, they implore the viewer to rethink revolving reference points, be it architecture, cinema, sexuality, longing or escape and to filter them in a way whereby a personal involvement with the work is pivotal.