Dealing with everyday encounters and their consequences is at the starting point of my artistic practice.
I come across an object, a term or a material that reveals unexpected aspects of its complexity and is further developed as a work of art. This intuitive approach results in a diverse, multimedia visual language.
Including perspective shifts in my artistic practice is based on dealing with ontological questions about orientation in space. Through my work as a visual artist and musician, the thematization of visual and acoustic perception mechanisms, as well as their correlations and discrepancies, has a relevant impact on my work. The habit of unconsciously structuring reality, the environment and space is to be questioned by the idea that automated perception processes can be changed by means of complex connections. Technological advances and other globalization strategies are constantly changing the human perception of space, which is why social and physical space must be constantly redefined. My artistic practice looks at the human in relation to changing, reality-shaping parameters. The critical observation of these developments results in the sensitization for everyday encounters and invites to question anthropocentric spatial definitions. At the interfaces between research, fact and phenomenon, a work emerges beyond scientific treatises.