My work is mostly sculptures that deal with the ambiguity and the different perspectives within familiar objects. Behind this concept, there is an exploration and restoration of the loss of reality that happens in the social life and in art. My interests are in the thoughts on what it is - that makes us feel our ‘reality’ - which is a question and an investigation I into what makes life 'real'. Therefore I use everyday objects as a base material and then I add my own action to it, which inheres contrast between the act and the actual matter. My intention is to make the objects blurry with the balance between the object and the act - to guide the audience anew to experience a different relationship with 'everyday life' through my work.
Most recently I have based my practice on the theme of 'existence' as a philosophical issue. Uncertainty of existence is considered as a cause which I mentioned before about lack of the 'real sense' - those are relationships that play an important role in my work. I emphasise the state of 'being' of the pre-existing by scraping the flesh off wooden things with chisel which reduces the substance, and the objects losing their function. Moreover the contour and the designed line of the form is distorted, but yet keeping its frame simultaneously. My approach is to direct vectors towards nothing and to bring the image closer to extinction. The work is a certain type of a ghost wandering the boundary.