My practice is inspired by visual observations of the everyday: phenomena, movements, perceptive experiences. Their origins reflect my interest in the sublime aspects of science: the behavior of certain dynamics, patterns, materials. The observations lead to experiments, where I aim to isolate a particular element that resonates with me. Something that has a certain weirdness or imbalance to it. I give it space to unfold and expand. Pairing this with my romantic and somewhat naive view of the world, I respond to the beautiful and the poetic in these manifestations.
Reoccurring themes are light, movement, space and time. While I presented previous observations in moving images, my recent work focuses on first-hand experience. This results in kinetic sculptures and room installations that are spatial and immersive. Their nature require time from the viewer, and suggest new ways of seeing in return.