The instrument can be old, but never the music.
I am fascinated by life and how structure or form can be used to express life, its continuous movement, rhythm, growth and change. I am fascinated by the perceptible and abstract structures of nature. Nature is like a mirror that reflects our inner states. We are dialogue with it, we work with and on nature, and in the end it always reclaims its territory. We are part of that whole, part of a structure.
I make art of the things I feel inside. I seek out a technique, a material and a means of expression that I find interesting and which nourish my inspiration.
A mass of flax is capricious, durable and hard, a material that works like a living organism. I use metal wire to give a skeleton to the structure, which I then pad out with flax. I like elegant and complex, even surprising and strange shapes.