My work responds to any given space it has the opportunity to inhabit. It is a mobile exhibition, created from my sculpture kit, curated by my eyes.
I assemble materials and forms of different aspect, such as vertical blinds, synthetic furs or used chairs, reminiscent of offices, lobbies, waiting rooms. Although industrial, these everyday objects, from which emanate a lived experience, detach themselves from their inherent context. Alongside them, I place animal products that I use to disturb the spaces such as real furs, egg yolks or pork trotters. These objects and materials are signifiers of my work, to create ephemeral scenographies where I associate the degradable with the geometrically shaped and mass-produced objects.
Sculpture, installation, collage, placing, hanging. These are words that qualify my practice, but ultimately, it is about sculpting and responding to a space. I characterise space by placing objects in it, I disrupt space by introducing the non-controllable object in it. There is an element of doubt, of unease that transpires through my work. This exploration can be in the medium of paper - 2D - or in object - 3D - based display.
My theoretical research on human behaviour towards art, supplements my artistic work, and is constantly enriched by conversations. I listen, I observe, I analyse.