Growing up on a small farm in the country, I felt detached from urban life. The wealth and cultural richness of city dwellers left me in a diaphragmatic and feeble condition.
I worked with myself as model, when I got into a bike accident in 2017. As if by magic, I survived and was in shock and awe at how residue-free life could be removed. This led me from classical studio photography into a non-physical, virtual realm. My art is driven by artistic research, negotiating the social and cultural implications of technological progress. I combine methods of projection mapping, artificial intelligence, CGI, graphic design and photography, into a feminist, sensitive yet trendy ouevre.
My father was an engineer and left me interested in mastering technologies. I grew up with many weird traditions that I still appreciate and am very much influenced by 2000s MTV.