is an interdisciplinary artist and educator working in public and social contexts. She is interested in exploring art within the everyday and engages audiences in unexpected ways. The resulting artworks seek to reveal the complex set of relationships among herself,
the public and the significance of place.
Attempting to search for a body-home during illness, the resulting art works are an insight into the experience of being confronted with my own mortality,
and an attempt to getting closer to the essence of life.
Salt On My Tongue
This stop motion film explores the fluid concept
of selfhood, womanhood and the role food plays
in the construction of belonging.
A collaborative art project
with a group of female artists.
For several years we staged photographs through playful interactions in semi-public spaces.