The objects, texts, and images I make centre upon and celebrate everyday life. With these works I point to the repetitive actions and objects punctuating daily life, and the ways in which they are rendered invisible – or insignificant – precisely due to their habitual nature.

And yet, in life, or, rather, in being awake, is the opportunity to seek out a more intimate relation with the world, and with the objects and actions deemed habitual, through a conscious engagement of, and experimentation with, the senses.

As such many of my works revolve around the subject of food. Food opens up the most intimate relationship one may have with the material world. Food invites you to touch, smell, hear, see and taste it. Being a representative of the material experience it dissolves inside
of you, it becomes one with you, and you with it.