My practice is focused on the relationships we have with the spaces we inhabit. I am inspired by the play between private and public spaces, and the experiences within these spaces that are very personal and at the same time universal. With my work, I want to create an engagement which crosses these spheres of what we consider individual and common, and use interactivity as a means of breaking this boundary. To this purpose, I utilize the languages of architecture, cartography, and ephemeral elements such as light and time.
Each body of work is a line of research into this topic, offering a new perspective and vision on the subject of inhabited spaces. Much of my work is interactive, allowing my viewer to adopt his or her own individual approach to the work.