My work is a combination of installation and live performance art. I prefer open spaces: a corridor, a tunnel or a park, a place through which we walk or cycle thoughtlessly on our way from one destination to another. My actions are simple and related to the daily necessities of life. With this I want to create an unexpected moment of wonder and imagination for the viewer that adds something to her or his own story. Now that our private life is becoming less and less self-evident, I focus my research on the area between private and public. Important topics in my work are loneliness, the ordinary and individuality versus collectivity. My work is often inspired by my experiences in elderly care. In addition to my performances in public space, I work on installations in which I place daily life objects in a different context, giving them a different meaning.