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My artistic practice consists of a continuous process of actions towards space that are expressed in the execution of what I call reconstructions. These actions, varying between factual and fictitious, have a common factor: they involve ways to find new forms of interaction with residual space.

I am fascinated by the house where I was born. Over the centuries, the house has found itself in a constant process of construction and deconstruction. The traces of this process are clearly visible: stray doors serve as walls, a piece of stairway emerging from the ceiling and built-in spaces between the floors. They paint a picture of how the previous residents moved through the building, adapted the building and created residual space. The venue seems to be growing, shrinking and constantly contradicting itself.