Paintings & Objects | since 1991
As a child, playing in the long corridor in my grandfather’s house I became aware for the first time of shape, colour, texture and atmosphere. I remember for example zooming in on the carpet and seeing how it had been made. My fascination with material, use of colour and techniques were born in that moment. I have recorded this memory in a series of paintings.

During an Artist-in-Residence period I made extremely large pendants out of ten kilogrammes of tin. These flower still lives are objects with a sense of friction: congealed life, beautiful but grey and leaden.
I also make royal sized silk-screen prints. The image is taken from an early 20th century damaged glass slide of a group of trees, screen-printed with phosphorescing puff ink.

Up to this day I play with size, materials and imagination: zooming in and out.