My paintings, sculptures and their installations act as an atmospheric condensation of alienation and familiarity, distance and closeness, information and reflection. I use common approaches, designs and patterns of the media culture and advertising industry to reflect a feeling of visual and sensual consumption. An approach can be a material object, or a process, or a structure, or a situation, wherever a visual context seems inherent in a convergence between information and aesthetic. During dealing in these image creation processes, my artistic action, my intuitive movement is constantly in selfquestioning and documents the inner state at this moment.
Within these reflection of artistic work I question and analyze the working process of failure, conscious forgetting, the re-organisation of existing suggestions as well as the fragmentation of actions as sensations condenses into a substantial concentration, and to raise questions about artistic practice, intention, attitude, distance, imitation, transfiguration and selfpresentation. An important part of my work is to examine these means, in that the images can not only be used as a representative manipulative experience by signaling and evoking something inaccessible, but appear accessible to the recipients own experience and interest, physically as mentally.