My artistic research most frequently takes its initial inspiration from personal questions or relationships. I make use of the intimacy contained in the personal to reveal or reflect on universal questions, the human condition, and contemporary situations, often adding elements of autofiction and a dose of humour. A specific theme which regularly recurs in my work is that of abandonment and adoption. Frequently, I transform aspects of everyday life into art including the use of my body as a material to convey my ideas.
Reflections involving time in various ways are a further recurring aspect in my research. My interests are wide-ranging from 20th century philosophy and psychology to cultural anthropology and sociolinguistics. Each appears, directly or indirectly, in aspects of my work. Additionally, I hold a degree in political science/international relations, an enduring interest, which is also present in part of my work. Hardly least in importance, I further regularly relate my work to art history, particularly that of contemporary art.
My work does not depend on specific techniques or media. I aim to select the media based on what I consider corresponds best to the idea. I most frequently work with video, photography, and installation into which I often integrate text. I have worked as well with other media including interactivity, digital animation, and performance.
Luxembourgish, I am based between Luxembourg and Venice, Italy. My formal art education consists of an MFA in New Technologies for the Arts from the Fine Arts Academy in Venice. In addition to a Bachelors in Political Science/ International Relations from the University of California, Santa Barbara, I hold an MBA from Monterey Institute of International Studies also in California.