The amorphous subject of female sexuality is often the starting point of my work. Culminating with pornographic research, my focus always remains rooted in the politics of intimacy. I wonder how pornography effects every-day relationships, what the positive potentials of the medium are, and where erotica intersects with less obvious forms of fetishization.
While I work in many mediums, I consider all of my work to be performative in nature. My performance practice turns every-day, passive actions into awkward yet sensual interactions. I implement humour and absurdity—devoid of accusatory confrontation—in order to discuss challenging issues.