I like to magnify the tiny detail, to focus where no one would. To me, video isn’t an objective witness but a tool to fragment our world’s conception, a filter through which intimate memory, partial and ephemeral events can be recorded. I make sense out of linear narrative construction, I rather choose an impressionist way to sculpt in time and compose visual poetry. I distort the video image towards non-figurative representation by the use of multiple filters, superimpositions and extreme magnification. I compose my soundtracks using sound the same way, by the combination of slow motion and subsequent transformations.
Installations allow me to involve the viewer directly into my dreamlike world. I give access to my abstract imagery through playfulness and interactivity. I connect with the other by allowing the viewer’s physical presence to have an impact on my images.