For over a decade I have been working with a general idea arching over my various projects, called Conversations with Spaces,
where I look at different ways of transforming spaces using light, projection, sound and motion:
ephemeral media that create temporary transformations of physical spaces, which in turn influences how we experience these spaces.
Questions of how we live our lives through our bodies, how we place ourselves in time,
how we relate to others and our environment, and how technology is deeply entangled in the answers to these questions
are an important context for the creation, and possibly appreciation and understanding, of my work.
I am interested in how motion passes through spaces, objects, bodies and landscapes.
I am interested in how light interacts with physical structures. Light is only visible as manifestations
in materials through reflection, refraction and shadows. Movement of light in a space affects the experience of time passing.
My work has always revolved around different forms of improvisation, when working with a camera, in live performance,
when creating material for experimental video and when working with spatial installations.
For this I develop tools and devices that become instruments, mediators, probes or interfaces
that allow me to interact with or have a conversation with my surroundings.