My practice involves working primarily with metal and plaster, but also wood, fabric and more. I have chosen these materials because of their contrasting characteristics; metal being mostly used for its strength and rigidity, compared to the light and fragile plaster. I am exploring these materials’ qualities and pushing their boundaries by juxtaposing and combining them. The metal elements are therefore curved or twisted, while the plaster ones make controlled and sharpened forms.
The final assemblages which trigger conversations on materiality, is arranged carefully and deliberately, to be in playful, yet precarious positions. It often creates tensions between balance, weight, and gravity.