Through the use of drawing, sculpture and installation - as well as video and audio - my work sets out to explore questions of nature and essence in relation to accelerating forms of capitalist automation and hypertrophy. Are there hard limits to the human form? Can we transcend the impurities of the physical body into a symbolic virtual zone? Or will we find our way back to the material world? Time, memory and desire are recurring themes within this labyrinthian framework.
The work aims to situate the audience within an active relational perspective, and places a critical emphasis on the physical space, as well as the material nature of the objects themselves. I view this primarily as oppositional, in relation to the dominance of the virtual world and capitalist cyber-space.