Splendor SOLis

to become with sun through artistic practice, a with-nessing through plants and garden Splendor Solis is a project for the future, one that i'm only barely sketching the outlines of at the moment. There is a desire to engage with the media familiar to me: cyanotype, ceramics, mixed media on paper or linen, field recordings,... Continue Reading →


... .--. . .-.. .-.. / .-.. .. --. ....  an installation of ceramic light holders, a poem made vessel, a spell There is something that calms our mind when we look into the flame, it automatically brings a well-being of the mind. SPELL/LIGHT is a set of 365 ceramic SPELL/LIGHTS that can be lit... Continue Reading →

Ichigo Ichie

A multi sensorial interpretation of a walk through a tea garden. a tea ceremony, and the taste of silence. "Ichi-go ichi-e (Japanese: 一期一会, pronounced [it͡ɕi.ɡo it͡ɕi.e], lit. "one time, one meeting") is a Japanese four-character idiom (yojijukugo) that describes a cultural concept of treasuring the unrepeatable nature of a moment. The term has been translated as "for this time only", and "once... Continue Reading →

Dinner with Ab/SENT

A Ceramic installation A table set for 13, at the head Fürstin Lucie, the wife of Fürst Pückler von Muskau.  “Liebe Entfernte!” .-.. .. . -... . / . -. - ..-. . .-. -. - . -.-.-- , ‘dearest distanced’ he wrote to her in one of his thousands of letters, that were filled... Continue Reading →


A collaboration with ceramics, indian ink and pigments, red ink, paper, a rolling table and water. Shoreline explores the notion of the spill - when do we spill, how does it sound to spill, to cross a border, to flow over, to merge, to bleed, to reverberate, to resonate, to dissonante - How does water... Continue Reading →


a ballad for be[long]ing As a cross-disciplinary artist, my aim is to create connections, to engage with the more than human using various media. An encounter with driftwood from Siberia on the west coast of Iceland is the catalyst for this interactive cross disciplinary installation combining charcoal, paper, ceramics and recorded sound. The work explores... Continue Reading →

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