My practice primarily involves creating and modifying objects that closely relate to the human body, with particular focus on the small things that inconspicuously permeate our everyday life. Whether through minimal, swift interventions, or complex, long-winded projects, I rigorously yet playfully study and manipulate their various physical and conceptual properties. The ideas that guide my work typically emerge from the inconsistencies and conflicts that arise between the world as it is and the reductive abstractions that we make from it. From such chasms and clashes sprout all kinds of “what ifs” and “why nots” which eventually refine and mainly manifest themselves as sculptures and installations. Overall, my creative process thrives wherever surprise, contemplation, humour, and discovery happen to intersect.