Working with others to create objects, workshops, exhibitions and performances is important for art practices. I believe by working together artists can highlight the ethics and aesthetics of social and technical interactions between people, what leads to innovative and imaginative potential.
My focus is on questions about violence in our communities. I prefer to discuss these questions through creative exchanges between people, materials and contexts. A culture-critical arrangement is necessary to express the illusions of my artistic freedom: religion makes an individual participate passively, while philosophy is a stimulus of active participation. This vision of my art practice results in participation from different perspectives.