I constantly think of the implications of doing conceptual art – it really is my calling. Ready-mades fascinate me in particular – taking something from the everyday and giving it consideration will hopefully make my audience and I see the beauty in the ordinary.
To take objects from the everyday and to turn them into new objects is also a sign of growth and progress. Art is like nature – it should always grow, bruise, it must be alive.
I use sculpture, painting and art installations to create an experience that requires the participation of the art consumer – this connection is very important to me.