My artistic practice is a translation of my experiences in a world dominated by the internet and screens, as well as my personal reality in which I am trying to give meaning to what I do and who I am. My most recent work consists of multidisciplinary paintings and ceramic pieces that in a way question and poke fun at internet culture, social norms and everyday life.
I create work by translating found material from the internet, books, films and overheard conversations, as well as personal memories, experiences and fascinations. As such, I work with my own environment: containing both the digital and the physical world. I specifically look for the contrast between the personal and the public; the natural and the synthetic; the mundane and the absurd; and the digital and the material. My work is a dialogue between myself and the present. I’m in a way looking for subjects that are very present, a symbol of this time. More specifically, I look for things that feel right for me, a symbol of myself in this moment of time. I use cheerful colours, lustre and humour not only to their own effect, but also to tackle subjects that actually have a darker edge.