The range of my work includes various artistic disciplines, such as painting, collage lead glazing, object, installation, and relief, as well as photographic and sound experiments, although my clear focus is on installation and object art. In recent years I have been mainly concerned with objects and outdoor and indoor installations, often involving the power of the elements and often using textile materials for this purpose. Although my work is characterized by textiles, I do not see myself as a textile artist. I use traditional techniques to create contemporary objects. I also use textiles in such a way that they are not immediately recognizable as such, but only at a second glance. I appreciate the materiality of textiles because they can be used and designed very flexibly. Furthermore, my work includes smaller textile objects and relief series or those that are contextual to textile materials and techniques. The textile techniques range here, for example, weaving, knitting, sewing, quilting appliqué, mixed media, etc. The recycling aspect is also important to me because things are disassembled and reassembled to receive a new life. The play with the elements and the activation of the various senses of the viewer through artistic worlds of experience is a concern of mine and the sensual aspect is generally a central component of my work - textures, structures, sound, light reflections. A work should be perceived with all the senses and my relief series would literally be perfect for an exhibition for the blind. My works can be conceptual in nature as well as works in progress. Art in public space is also an important matter, as it is no elitist white cube art, and reduces threshold fears.