I want my to have an impact. There has to be an underlying urgency in the topics I am dealing with as a maker. And I believe, that to be impactful, artistic research has to be honest. It has to discuss and deal with the aspects of life I have trouble dealing with myself.
Art can act like mirrors in which we can see ourselves from a new perspective. Reenacting strong emotions and traumatic events on a platform can help the spectator process and cope with what he/she/them are dealing with themselves. It makes them – and me as the maker – feel seen. I believe these tactics expand beyond the stage. Within my work I want to show how carefully curated symbolism and scenography translates into meaning and making sense of our life and, by that, our deaths.

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