My practice examines the way in which people build their identities by physically interacting with each
other. To me, this form of engagement is a reflection of their experience and understanding of the
world. I see the human body as an instrument to physically engage with others and with the
environment. Because of this, my pieces tend to either represent or reference actions executed by
humans with their bodies. In this sense, my work considers my own experience and observation of
physical human interaction.
I work in a range of media, mainly sculpture, installation, performance and photography. Using my
photographic work as research documentation, I then create series of three-dimensional pieces.
These works are conceived to be arranged in installations that produce an immersive experience,
inviting the audience to physically engage with them, questioning their own identity and their life
My latest artworks question the human experience of institutional control in public spaces and its
effect in people’s construction of identity. I am also interested in the concept of labour and the current
role of the artist in the art world.