Architecture is inherently connected to dialogues, exchanges and transactions that provoke motion and displacement of the human body. Embedded in these connections lie geopolitical relationships between citizens, conditions of delimited spaces and idiosyncratic relationships between society and inhabited structures.
I highlight those connections by embracing walks, spontaneous dialogues, non-choreographed movements of the body and daily life experiences as my material.
By combining field-work investigation and personal experiences with historical and theoretical research, I focus on architecture politics, urban speculation, social relations, rooms for affection and individual and collective construction of so-called “spaces of desire”.
I present my work in a variety of mediums, but with an emphasis on video, text and performance.