My artistic work is based on an underlying interest in how we gain experience through movement and touch over the course of our lives. Including socio-cultural factors, I ask how body languages and postures can be understood in relation to history, how they can experienced in the moment and in what ways they are lived and remembered. I explore ways in which define our identities in relation to our bodies, to aesthetic norming and in social relations. In these movement-based studies of the inner and outer space of the body, I imitate the postures of performers in dance and choreography and transfer them onto the canvas. Through video works, I extend these into the digital realm and develop new movement-oriented experiences together with the viewers and other artists in participatory projects.