At the foundation of my work lies a strong sense of wonder about the fragility of life, wonder about the working of one’s memory, about the visible and the invisible. About how you remember your history, how you renew it and imagine it. These questions form the basic tones of my body of work. All of this is regularly conveyed by means of all kinds of elements that branch off from the whole. Sometimes, these are patterns that remind one of bloodstreams, but it could just as well be bundles of cables or city plans. Or other structures. So I often use branched or lace like structures as a metaphor for physical roots and memories, fanning out thoughts, and a fascination for nature. My work consists of sculptures, drawings, embroidery, video works and installations. I like to use textile materials as well as metal, wood, plaster, and so on. The choice of material depends on the concept.