For me, it is a mind game to cut elements out of their context and rearrange them to give it a completely new meaning than originally intended. This can be a difficult task, like solving a puzzle. And although I start a work of art with a clear intention, it often turns out quite differently from what I thought and only reveals itself to me through the creative process. By deconstructing existing photographs and images, I create compositions that leave the viewer caught between recognition and alienation. Torn from the context to a new whole. My images arise from a personal correspondence with the reality. It is about the lived emotions, about human history and stories.