Working primarily with sculpture and installation, my work often results from an intuitive and imaginative idea, driven by a great joy of free experimentation with various materials. The work always links to cosmic contexts and coherencies (macrocosm/ microcosm). Touching on subjects such as nature, representation, knowledge-production, and materials, I playfully explore scientific images and data in regard to the exploration of the universe as a whole (organic as well as inorganic matter). Some ideas come from real places, real facts, and images, while others exist somewhere in our imagination or a collective visual vocabulary. By striving to formalise depictions of phenomena that appear to us without form or only in abstract shapes, I attempt to sound out our physical perceptions (material, sensual, tactile vs. immaterial, visual, non-tangible) that are indicated by an object. Working inside this realm of science vs. fiction (or science fiction) makes me a narrator, opening different ways to interpretations, trying to motivate the viewer to uncover his own path through the multiple layers of the work.
Every piece is another attempt to deal with the question I face every moment when I look at an object, a surface, the sky, a stone, my skin.