“Installation is probably my favorite art form. It allows you to use a variety of components - from living plants to water, unfired clay and spotlight illumination.
This is the most difficult form to work with, because many of my installations live on their own, dying and being born again with every new exhibition. "
When I start shaping my sculpture from clay, in most cases I only vaguely imagine what would it be looking like in the final stage. In this almost biological method, it is very important for me that the form assumes the maximum number of points of viewing and observation. Often, only by turning the sculpture over can I understand what had transpired as a result of my work.