My practice combines painting, sculpture and installative devices to explore spacial and human tensions which present as multifaceted experiences. Projects’ structures vary according to my relationship with the subject, employing a fluid understanding of the role of a contemporary artist. In some instances ethnological research constitutes the work in and of itself, in other instances social findings inform my studio practice which is driven by reactions to materials in a continual rethinking of the art object. The temporal dimension of the work is expressed in a processual approach which is then articulated in a complex stratification of signs. The art production process is the subject and means of analysis.