My practise involves drawing, painting, sculpting and collecting. Often these different media come together in collage-like installations. When it comes to making work I am interested in the relation between thinking and the act of doing. Thinking often means doubting about the act or postponing the act. On the other hand: thinking is necessary. You have to think about what you are doing, but this obstructs the act at the same time.
I am particularly focused on elements of consumer behaviour and popular culture. In my work you’ll find traces from goods of everyday life: from the latest Nike shoes to Jehovah’s Witness advertising flyers and from cigarettes on the pavement to plastic wraps of oranges in the supermarket.