In my work, I critically examine social structures and the implications of this on the experience of human beings. Thereby I intend to move from a system of exclusion, into a dialogue of possibilities and social change while generating compassion. Thematically I'm interested in gender, sexuality, mental health, space and practices of archiving, found footage, and language. Methodologically I use artistic research and anthropological tools and I draw from critical theory, post-modernism, decolonial theory, and queer theory. My work is eminently contemplative and explorative.
Currently, I am working on my short film 'Open House', examining the impact of historiography through practices of archiving on queer narratives. I personally collect, preserve, restore, and digitize found footage of queer people for this project.
“The self is only a threshold, a door, a becoming between two multiplicities”
― Gilles Deleuze in A THOUSAND PLATEAUS: CAPITALISM AND SCHIZOPHRENIA