I work with the universal gestures in form. They make visible all that is alive in nature. I try to understand the language of form and use it to give expression to ideas.
The elements of this language of form are very simple, there are convex, concave, plane, straight line, curved line, points, grooves… and there are an endless combination of these in all the directions and orientations in space. Each of those elements has its own quality which moves us and informs us.
I look for what is universal, that what sits behind differences in individuals and cultures, but what makes each one of us a variation on the underlying theme called: humanity. In this way each individual piece is an attempt to give aspects of the whole an expression. Each one of us has then an individual point of view from which we can look at the works, and hopefully they can speak to all, even if it is in a different way for each one of us.
For me sculpture is an art form that I like to move, feel and experience with my whole being, and not only reflect upon with the intellect.