_/_, onyx, concrete, 68 x 16 x 22cm, 2021

In my work _/_ I deal abstractly with social power relations and the constant struggle to be superior to others. There is a balance of power between the two materials and the question arises as to which material is inferior to the other.


-/-, travertin, 36 x 36 x 21 cm, 2020

The work -/- tells of the moment when a foreign body enters life and determines the direction of one‘s own actions, similar to what we are experiencing at the moment through various crises. It shows how to relate to one‘s surroundings and how to react to unfamiliar situations.


|.|, marble, 32 x 15 x 20 cm, 2020

The work deals abstractly with the relationship to others, how one moves away from each other, detaches oneself from each other and at the same time finds each other and remains intertwined.


humus, basalt, 74 x 35 x 15 cm, 2019

The basalt, as a specific type of lava rock, reflects the destruction and decay. Lava buries villages and people, but at the same time it is the condition for new life and opens new space to live. Some people even let themselves be buried in lava after death to merge with nature. I took this material as a starting point and the work humus was created. It is about the decay of the human body, about being slowly eaten up and becoming one with nature.


motus, marble, 30 x 35 x 12 cm, 2020

The movement of the physical, feminine-looking form in the work motus is reminiscent of a cycle: a hill pushes outwards from the wall. At the highest point, a suction to the inside is created, it reaches through the opening into an undefined, infinite space. At some point, one ends up back at the beginning of the hill. The movement is reminiscent of fertilization, with the aim of reaching the opening and disappearing into it.