My practice travels and evolves around text-based image, sound and live performance. The subject of my work is often dedicated to the methods in which I can physically document the time or allow my art to play an active part within it. In my works I often dwell about the inseparable aspects of human nature like repetition and tempo of everyday activities and events.
My key interests lie in exploring the differences between the impacts of different mediums, such as the relationship between an artist, an artwork and the audience. I am also intrigued by the dialogue between each medium. Therefore, I investigate their similarities, differences and public response by applying all of those mediums in the process of making my work.
Recently, I have been highly absorbed in developing my body of work consisting out of manipulated sounds and 'one-off' performances. Spontaneity, improvisation and absence of rehearsal play a key role in my performances and sonic practice. This methodology allows me to sustain and create an authentic response to my current situation, environment and individuals who I interact with.
My current work is focused on the ongoing research based on the capabilities of the human body and mind versus the rules and norms that are present in the current understanding of social existence.