Artist statement

My work is an ongoing process in looking for ways to integrate the emotional and personal register with the clinical and theoretical ones. It manifests in one kind of science fiction, based on celebration of the human body, doctrines of life sciences and medicine and the felt tension between fascination and uneasiness with these. It is an emotional, but also critical attempt to snap out of the hypnotism scientific rituals and beliefs have put me into. Sometimes, however, it is a wish to stay hypnotized by the odd beauty of these rituals. The outcomes manipulate the distance between being a scientist and the object of her observation, as well as being a scientist and performing one. In so doing, I move along the spectrum from the claustrophobia of invented categories to the glory of corporeal intelligence.