My practice is involved in how we perceive the world around us. Humans are visual creatures; a large part of our brain is involved in processing visual stimuli. Our visual system is made up in a way that is appropriate for survival but as a result there is often a discrepancy between what we see and what is there. I use these mechanisms in order to highlight the ostensibility of what we see. The writings of Lewis Carroll are of great influence in my practice. In recent works I search for order and logic in an otherwise chaotic and incoherent world. This takes form in geometric shapes, which is the most beautiful form of logic in my opinion. The abstract sculptures are often inspired on architectural constructions and relate scale-wise to the body and their surrounding architecture. The face of the sculptures is painted to alter the viewer’s perception of its shape.