Through my education, I am characterized by the three-dimensional thinking, and I actually think of sculpture in my two-dimensional works as well. I want to bring the tangible, the material and the shape to a large extent into my paintings. Usually I start from a found shape or make a sculpture that I, through photo documentation, transform into "new" images. Sometimes focusing on something in my paintings, highlighting it and translating it into a three-dimensional form gives me a more concrete experience of what I want to achieve in the painting, as the sculpture itself is more defined than the painting. An interaction between its two media is important in my work.
Untitled, cardboard and glue, 90x18x18 cm, 2021
"The Tower", cardboard and glue, 128x35x35 cm, 2021
Untitled, plant parts and glue, 35x22x19 cm, 2021
"Pigeon", concrete, 2010
Relict, wood, cord, plaster, 2001