"I just love images and their power of activating all of our senses. But I also would like to link them to other mediums and see what they can do as a whole," she explains. Her current work focuses on sensations and not necessarily stories. For example, she is interested in questions like: How does it feel to give birth to an egg? Is being alive a collective experience?
In this interview, she talks about her inspirations and career:
Questions like: how does it feel to be alive within a body? What is the primal form of nurture? Is being alive a collective experience? I use myself as a specimen of the human experience and try to connect with other organisms, too.
Ever-changing. I just love images and their power of activating all of our senses. But I also would like to link them to other mediums and see what they can do as a whole.
Being part of Futures, gives me a sense of community and possibility. I hope there will be chances to meet again in the later future and share experiences & ideas with other artists and experts.
Apart from hatching bits and bots, I would like to get more physical and learn more about making stuff by hand. And one project that I would like to complete within the next months is finally publishing my book ‘Eating Magma’. It is challenging figuring it out, but I am looking forward to share it with my fellow organisms.