Nearly loosing my life in three terrorist attacks in Israel, I now believe in living in the moment. This applies to my creative process as well. Serendipity, intuition and spontaneity play a big role in my process.
Conceptual work underlies my figurative visual work. My practice is interdisciplinary in nature which allows me to choose the medium which best expresses my point of view. Laughter is a keen element in my work and creates the ambivalence between the playful aspect of my work and the serious topics I deal with.
I am on a journey of discovery, both a personal and a collective one. Through employing fantasies, mockumentary, and tragic events, I explore myself in relation to social norms in search of self-discovery and self-fulfillment.