The starting point of my research and the cornerstone of my work is ecology, or the study of the relationships and affects of organisms with their environment. I experiment with narratives, compositions and sounds, wellbeing practices, cultural and natural expressions, as well as socio-political histories. I create mechanisms and formats that provoke encounters or changes in the perception of everyday reality. These can take the form of sound works, installations, workshops, artist books, spatial interventions, performative experiences or multidisciplinary gatherings. I often think of my works as offerings or gestures that provide people with time and space to reflect, recreate, celebrate, reevaluate, connect and harmonize, or simply observe our place in the world.