If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Installation, Photography, Sculpture, Video
About my artwork
My practice is rooted in drawing practice as a process of articulating bodily gesture and thinking process. I am interested in exploration the destabilised, deconstructed Symbolic in order to emerge alternative ‘Syntax’. The work is highly influenced by linguistics, feminist discources and disparate aesthetics.The wide influences enable me to reflect upon my experimentation with form, material and colour in a purely aesthetic aspect.
I use recycled materials, ready-made objects, wool, plastic, wire, paper, thread and metal in order to manipulate and invite the viewer to the intellectual game I establish. I place some of the repetitive elements of the installation in different configurations.
Artists I like
Marcel Duchamp, Arte Povera (Pistoletto, Manzoni), Polly Apfelbaum, Donald Judd, Eva Hesse, Alexander Calder, Anthony Caro...
travelling, psychology, personal development, philosophy, cycling