A narrow hallway leads to a room. In the right corner a chair and across from it a sink. A sliver of light pours in through closed curtains. You close the door and sit on the chair, it’s what you were supposed to do.
My works and performances serve as elements of an ever-expanding narrative in which I investigate the roles of objects, situations and audience within a scripted environment. I am fascinated by the way things are inextricably linked and how we collectively connect the present with the past in an eternal “now”. In my practice, I try to grasp this inconceivable reality by orienting as broadly as possible, creating immersive experiences in which all the senses are considered. I work with new and found materials, combining past lives, to create a form of time travel. The purpose of my installations and their performance is to burrow themselves in the participant’s subconscious making them a part of my work.