I make mixed media installations where I am interested in how objects shelter memories, imagination and possibilities. Possibilities of how they can themselves become a shelter. I imagine how it would be to live inside, under or next to that object and think of ways to transform them into a protection from the world. I readjust my body in accordance with that imaginary nest and compare myself to other living creatures and their habitat. Stories like Thumbelina inspire me, its theme relates to how our notion of body’s scale has to be reconsidered through the environment, thus the body is left wanting to bend, crawl or tuck in in order to fit in. I often use pre-owned objects that have their individual history through a past user. The object is usually not essential in order to survive but its purpose is rather comfort. On the other hand, nature that possesses other nature is often for the purpose of surviving, those are contradictions I like to explore.