My artistic practice moves across a wide spectrum of sound, video, scenic installations, movement, and visual experimentation, both live and virtual. Through the distortion of time, sound, and self-representation, I aim to deconstruct habits of observation, to question who is object and who is subject, and to challenge the viewer's standpoint on supposed certainties.
The works are situated between everyday life and disaster, causing a slight irritation and discomfort through a unique kind of weirdness. and through a constant subtle confusion they create an undefined danger.
DJ and live set
PARK takes place in the vicinity of an amusement park, behind the glittering façade. The boisterous human masses on the site of the nearby park, a cacophony of laughter, show booths, machine noise, and disco tracks are clearly audible. But the audience sees something else. The audience is backstage, and what it sees and what it hears does not match. Sound and image are strangely contrasted. What is absent dominates the action, and the displacement of image and sound creates a strange and idiotic gap.
the disappearance of green