My work is best described as a combination between performance and visual art. Due to my various different qualifications and backgrounds, I work in a multidisciplinary way.
My work often begins with sincere questions, such as: What would it be like if, just like a computer, you could switch off your body every now and then? Or, what does it feel like to be dependent on a machine or on others? The search for possibilities to realise my often extreme ideas becomes part of the work. The post-show discussions with the people I work with are also an important part of it.
Compared to a machine, the human body is incredibly limited physically and vulnerable. In my work, I translate this into images which magnify this vulnerability. I try to portray this vulnerability by not moving myself, but by outsourcing my movements to others or machines. Prior to this was an interview with a friend who lives with paralysis. It was an important moment in my life and I was really affected by this conversation. Also because I am someone who loves moving a lot.