06/09/00It's difficult to see recurring themes in my work when my practice is so diffuse and disrupted. Nevertheless I try to keep some central ideas in mind when approaching work.
I am interested in the way we qualify the world we constantly recreate. I am attracted to spatial ambiguities, to places and times where there are opportunities for thought away from the commonplace and current.
I like movement, hidden functions, miniaturisation and linguistic play. I like language and its potential for multiple meanings. I like multiplicity.
It is my job to create an alternative universe, unique to me, and invite those interested parties to enter and interact within it.