At the end of forgotten memories.
My work arises from strong personal experiences. I often feel trapped in the reality of life but also in my head. In those moments, I experience parallelization of the physical body and the rise of emotions.
Emotions that are so dominant that they have to leave my body and form on their own. They come out in the form of images because I cannot always find the words for them.
Often, my work deals with the border between presence and absence in reality, between body and thoughts, and the alienation that can take place between reality and the individual. The conversation between yourself and the world and yourself with yourself. You can’t always lay a finger on the moment of those dialogues. They are always there in the background but not always very distinguished. Therefore, I try to depict transparency and fogginess to create a dreamlike world in my work.