My work in textiles, mixed media, embroidery, and sculpture explores inner landscapes and how they shape our sense of home and our environment. I create tactile, layered, and three-dimensional works that encapsulate and express physical and emotional elements, inside out and outside in.
As an architect the study of volume and geometry is embedded in my practice. Repurposed, discarded materials, their energy, vibrations, and history are my preferred resources. I draw inspiration from the essence of what is considered waste, and my process includes a lot of experimentation and is slow and meditative.
I work with different media: paper, metal, plaster, stitched and hand dyed textiles, wax and clay. My personal projects have been an exploration of the boundaries between sculpture, drawing, geometry and the natural world.
I am inspired by Isamu Noguchi’s search for the essence of materials, Beppe Kessler’s boundless imagination and transformations, and Demitra Thomloudis’s deconstruction of constructed elements.