Visual artist and anthropologist
My interdisciplinary work focuses on phenomena of identity, memory processes, affective human-technology interactions and future representation politics.
Through artistic and scientific research, interdisciplinary exchange of knowledge and creative imagination they produce actions that challenge and deconstruct, employing art as a technology to generate ideas and solutions. My broader mission is to create blueprints for collaborative interdisciplinary working processes on defining future strategies.
I strongly believe that art is a medium for dealing with those issues within a society, which cannot be addressed through political or social dialogue. Art should provide a space for the production of individual and collective insights, relative to the canonized worldviews and governing social and individual contexts.