Architectural / Monumental / Relief
Installation / Land / Site-specific
Sculpture is a powerful medium to explore elementary themes concerning our human experiences in regard to our environment and in regard to our own sense of bearing and balance.
Reflections on themes of landscapes and our perception and interference with our environment, kept bringing up the question where the urge to interfere with the material world comes from. What is the urge to do, to make, to change? Where does this need come from. Is it destructive or creative? Are we restless or just curious? Can making be a meditation or is it by definition quite the opposite?
I try to create interventions or sculptures that have an anticipation of possibility about them and allow the mind to discover and be taken places. This can be encouraged through physical encounters as in the chair series of my earlier work or in contemplation of a sculptural configuration. In both I seek the confrontation with a physical object that should leave you with a sense of wonder without the need to be resolved in a narrative but with the possibility to evoke new perspectives.