In a desire to capture experience and to secure the past, I explore the elaboration of memory, the construction of social relationships, and my fascination for the imperceptible. Through a multiform body of work and by borrowing techniques from sociology, history, journalism, and science, I explore the limits between the personal and subjective on the one hand, and the common and shared on the other. Divided between studio practice and public art practice, my work often takes the form of ephemeral installations or distributable pieces.
Throughout my practice, works have taken various forms and explore diverse contexts. My earlier works questioned the body and corporeal sensation; over time, the active participation of the viewer has become increasingly central to my practice. The accumulation of memories, stories and participatory events will congregate into a subjective archive that aims to make the fragility inherent to the human system visible.