My work is about corporeality, identity, life and death, out of a fascination for the human body. I tend to dissect things, take them a part and put them together. Sculpting an object has become like a surgical incision; with needle and thread I sew layers together, piece by piece, into an organic shape. I am drawn to things in between. I collect fragments. One side of my work is about perfection and control but also how the opposites attract. As much as I search perfection I look for imperfection.
What fascinates me most about the human body is its impermanence, how it will change through time, despite our attempts to modify it.