A phenomenological experimental attitude informs my continuous investigations of new artistic perspectives. I am interested in developing aesthetics through local engagement and empowerment. I work with user involvement, interactivity, collaboration, circularity, sustainability and social responsibility.
My artistic vocabulary include art in public spaces, site specific work, installation, sculpture, design and crafts and imply aesthetic visions concerning complexity and simplicity, strength and fragility. In my work, sustainable principles are employed as deliberately generated obstacles with the aim of expanding aesthetic spaces of opportunity. Recent explorations investigate notions of failure, 3D printing of waste glass dust and collaborative processes to generate unpredictable forms, mainly in glass.