My art practice takes on a multi-disciplinary approach based on painting, sculpture and installation as well as photography, film-making and performance. Through construction of large, immersive site-specific installations, my current work aims to simultaneously document the original state, the intermediate phase of the process that is dislocation and the end result, at the same time containing elements of its previous, original and subsequent, post-productive forms. I further aim to explore this concept by using materials that are partly natural, found or collected, partly man-made and industrial. I then deconstruct them from their original meaning to reconstruct them in the context of something different that however appears familiar. By combining genuine and non-genuine (but made to look as real) materials and processes I want to create a convincing illusion playing with the notion 'what is real' and what is not.