Recent works explore identity shaped by landscape and as a response to the current global migration crisis. This interest is informed by my own relocation to the UK although I retain my original nationality. My practice explores concepts and concerns that underpin how we as humans live and function together - issues that often test social coherence such as child abuse. Thus, I am interested also in the politics and poetics of urban spaces, especially with the rise in both populist politics and individual social isolation experienced in many societies.
On this global scale issues around pollution and excess consumption of the Anthropocene are now influencing my practice.