My works are often realised in connection with workflows and production processes or with existing architectural situations. I see them as expandable sculptural forms, as momentary deposits in the flow of time that carry the potential for change. Sometimes I only temporarily in the course of events. In doing so, I try to capture the existing temporal layers physically and in material terms and to interrogate them for their societal significance. My intention is to rearrange or confuse them in order to expand configurations of space and time. Contradictory interrelationships emerge into which people can enter and approach an unfamiliar experience. I think that there is a need for new tools of awareness and action in a future environment that we still have to grow into.
I prefer objects, materials and processes with which humans have had a long-standing relationship and which have a place in his memory, consciously or unconsciously. Things can fall out of their original context and function, loosely reforming themselves and thereby forming new modes of possibility. I trust man-made objects and place them as such or their parts in a new economy in a value-free way that reveals the potential inherent in them. Rather than in the objects, I am interested in the ,toolish way’ to handle them. - In these moments I discover a drive for my work and a potential to question processes in our society today.