The animal sculptures consist of incomplete bodies, where visitors can step in and replace the parts that are missing. In this way one can merge with the animals, and for a moment change his or her perspective. The exotic animals are sculptured in a round style, reminiscent of animated interpretations or soft toys. They constitute a comment on empathizing with things, but they also an association with play.
In art, there is freedom and fantasy. Art is a part of reality. It can be a statement and an invitation. It can arouse the viewer’s memories or lead to speculation. I want my sculptures and paintings to look homemade and strange. I want the viewer to feel that there are different ways of looking at things. It is good if art can remind us that perspectives can and will differ.