Ever since I was a child, I have been passionate about the organization of space, and how objects can be put in a favourable light by comparison to others. Part of my formal education is represented by the Vienna University of Technology, bachelor Architecture, which I have not graduated, but has brought me important practical knowledge in the fields of descriptive geometry and artistic drawing. Since then I have taken my own path and went on studying acting as another means of defining space and time. It is here that I learned analyzing household items in different ways: for example the same wooden table could take several uses during one play, from the average dinner furniture, to a frame for building a shed (the possibililies are endless). Weight, size and form define an object, but it is you who determines the function.
In parallel with my education, I have been creating objects out of recycled materials, or better said, I have been repurposing trash. These range from cupboards, to statues, to paintings, a chandelier and the list goes on. I have been creating them with the purpose of making the viewer rethink everyday assets: for example, a coffee table made out of old wooden windows.