To be fully appreciated a work of art should be part of a bigger picture. Therefore I am constantly searching for connections between art and environment. Considering not merely the physical environment, but also its social, functional and historical meaning, plays a major role in the development of my work.
By connecting art, both in content as in appearance, to the context of the location the artwork overgrows its decorative function and establishes a dialog with the environment.
The human influence on space and the way we involve in it creates the most elementary subject of my work.
In addition to that, research on the definition of public space in dialog to the relationship between art and public, forms a substantial source of inspiration. Out of this research I experimentally develop ways of connecting art and public in an unconventional manner.