My practice questions perceptions of power, taking a critical view into social, political and cultural issues. Often referencing specific historical or political events as my starting point, my work constitutes a response to the immediate context, which has an impact on the work’s relationship to the viewer. The exploration of the political imaginary, the critique of the institutional system, the exposure of the bureaucratic structure, the questioning of the status quo, and the interest in participatory and collaborative art, define my work. 

My work as a research-oriented practice is manifested through the expanded use of media that includes action, performance, intervention, video, installations, drawing, painting, and photography.