My art practice is a way of measuring distance between the surrounding world and myself. I see artwork as the integration of an idea or concept into a physical entity. Principal themes that I explore in my works is the impact of place on contemporary art practice. Direct and physical engagement with place through walking practice enables me to fully understand its character – unique culture, specific architecture, geographical location, and materiality. My artworks are therefore conditioned by the complexity of place and become an emotive response to new and familiar environments.

In my art process I collect raw materials in form of photographs, drawings and video and sound recordings of significant images, to be used further in my lithographs, digital prints and installations. I am investigating the possibilities of using new techniques in printmaking and bridging this techniques with other media such as installations, objects and photography.