I would describe myself as an explorer in the field of video art and film making.
Depending on the subject matters and conditions surrounding the fields of interest, my works are shifting between documentary and fiction, with a strong connection to humor, poetics and a theoretical background.
I have a strong affinity to theory and texts of any source and I use them for my research and production method creating “archives“ of images and
texts, but also for my own artistic voice, that becomes an important part in my work.
I am offering a sometimes curious, often humorous view on serious issues concerning human entity by tracing sociocultural developments, economic, psychological and political conditions as well as contemporary production of images.
By researching the virtual and real space, I use contemporary mass media in time-based art practice while offering a critical view on the real, cinematic and virtual spaces of today, and onto their overlapping. My films are constructed like collages that deal with the unconscious as well as the obvious. In the process of using found footage fragments and by overwriting their original meanings and creating new ones I am aware of their former inherent authorship. These fragments and their “destinations“ become the basis for the storytelling and narrations that I carry on.