My artistic practice is inspired by the experience of leaving and changing my cultural context. My main interest is to examine the structure of identity not as static or fixed but something flexible and constantly moving - as a site of social/political constructions. I have been working with narratives that stage social interactions and performative interventions in public space, seen as site of social, cultural and political production. My practice is based on the intention to broaden the territory of action outside the protecting walls of galleries, animate the public arena as a space of co-existence and antagonism. My working method seeks to ‘inhabit’ the cognitive space that intersects our everyday sense, to create subversions designed to provoke spontaneous moments of curiosity or delight.
The interaction of cultures and the role of the artist as an agent of translation is an important element in my works. My practice often based on my own experiences in a given social context, and builds on the idea of integrating another voices - to open up a spaces in which other stories are told.