With the use of painting and installation I aim to address concepts of space, consisting of hidden or obvious symbols, outlining deliberate tension between the viewer, the process, and the image. While exploring specific systems, contexts, or environments, my work almost always questions the proposed values of everyday as socially instrumental to our shared realm.

My most recent projects are based on various forms of research and actions: analysing public space, navigating digital mapping tools, conducting questionnaires. I use these techniques to identify how craft, materiality, labour and the formal priorities of images can serve as a tool for the production of common space.