artist statement

My work has been developing towards a very specific and crucial aspect of one’s life: the quotidian. In current times, many believe that the only way to exist is by repeating routines to fulfil one’s life, avoiding anxieties and stress related to the unknown.

I think of my pieces as a panoply of actions that together structure a narrative which most of the times aims to be deconstructed. Schematic actions which raise questions about one’s common western ways of living, providing the viewer a mirror to their own desires, fears and modus vivendi. Engaging with subjects such as modern architecture – a living house as a theatre, surrealism and its absurd – subverting and creating other realities, human vulnerabilities and issues regarding performativity in visual arts.

The subject matter of each piece determines the materials and the line of the work. Each project often consists of multiple works, often in a wide range of media.