Deep-rooted emotions from my past are the infrastructure of my current work. My materials are ceramic, plaster, wire, thread and paper. The rawness of these materials represent fragmented memories; moments in time that have shaped my reality. My work deals with concepts such as anxiety, constriction, entanglement, fear and insecurity. I observe and sit with such emotions in order to accept what is present in myself. I interact with the materials in a similar way. The sculptures alternate between internal sensations of emptiness and external frailty of the visible form. They encompass excitements felt from a fantasy, as well as the depressions of attachment to reality. I work with the ideas of unexpected developments and the inevitability of change.