I make performative sculptures that focus on transitory meetings. Through the use of fragile materials in a state of change, I invite the spectators to experience something akin to choreography: the relationship between body, time and space. My works come into existence in the moment that they encounter the spectators. In this moment, however, they have already begun to distance themselves and thus force the spectators to reflect on the fragility of their perception of reality. The works are rooted in my interest in interpersonal meetings, which has gradually evolved to also include intermaterial meetings, in which I seek to dethrone the human ego as protagonist. Are we able to shift our perspective in order to gain a better understanding of ourselves and what surrounds us? How do we influence our environment and how are we influenced by it?