Dance and sculpture are the forms of expression in which I explore the relationship between bodies as well as the relationship between bodies and gravity. In this exploration the concept of the body can best be described as an object or subject that moves, is being moved, or becomes fixed in motion. It is the constant search for the moment when the state of a body or a group of bodies crystallizes. In dance, it is a short-lived, an ephemeral, almost intangible moment. In contrast to that in the sculptural works it is a fixed moment in which everything seems be tilting. The physical forces and laws are used to achieve this impression of levitation, the simultaneity of balance and imbalance, of mass and lightness.
The topic of hovering and the associated geographical and physical loss of contact are core elements of my artistic work. The question of belonging defines itself anew and the geographically assigned place, which is understood as „home“, shifts to a place of inwardness. However, this is not a stable structure, but rather a state that must be renegotiated over and over again constantly adapted to existing living conditions, the environment and social contexts. The instability and flexibility is reflected in the act of balancing in my work.