Much of my art practice focuses on creating dialogues between two-dimensional photographic surfaces and three-dimensional spaces. This is achieved either by including objects as sculptural arrangements in my photographs, by treating a photograph as an object, or by bringing the image into conversation with assemblages and sculptures.
My interest in broadening the medium’s boundaries aims to question the authoritative and evidential nature of a photograph and draw attention to the fact that an image always only shows a part of an (in the photograph) invisible whole.
I intend to make visible what is invisible but what can be experienced or felt, i.e. identity constructions, influences of memory and unconscious mind, sociological constructs and belief systems.