Making art is a way to understand the world I live in.
I am curious about the way that we, as participants in a culture, identify ourselves. Before enrolling in Art school I studied Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology. I take my cues from the world and the people around me and over long periods of time create series in a variety of media. This allows me to dive into a context and learn about the structures of relationships among groups of people or objects and how they interrelate - visually, emotionally, socially and historically. I like to think that my works function as planes that the viewer can project onto (or not), and that they tell a multitude of stories.