«Belonging to the first generation that made their earliest steps on digital and analog playgrounds at the same time, I feel the need not only to accept virtuality but also to locate and to capture it. With my work I fathom the gap between the tactile, analog painting and the disembodied techno-images behind the smooth glass of our computer screens. I´m interested in both the imperfection and the presence of hand crafted paintings and objects, as well as the clear, velvety coolness of digital re/productions.
To bring together diametrically opposite antipodes and unite them in a “dissonant harmony” repeatedly is the core of my incentive.
Like a researcher who collects objects and shows them at home, I enter into myself and unearth imagery, that has been deposited from the experience of seemingly incompatible opposites.»