Coming from a background in architecture, my main interest lies in space. More specifically, in the way our daily surroundings influence us. I investigate how certain spatial signs can manipulate our instinctive feelings about a space and try, in my turn, to manipulate those signs to create another experiential outcome.
My work finds it foundation in architectural theory and philosophy of space, evolving from text to object to spatial installation. The resulting objects and spaces often seek to evoke specific experiences in the user and do this by inviting the user to interact with them, inhabit them, or play with them. The work comments on the function our immediate environment (domestic or urban) fulfils and proposes alternatives.