In my work, I use and juxtapose a variety of media, such as photography, video and installation, touching upon notions such as immanence, originality, and authenticity. My works echo and activate a familiar mechanism of passion in the viewer’s mind, exploring potential relationships between signifier and signified, art and the banality of life. By dealing with the relationship of image, matter and space, I try to address questions pertaining to the medium of photography and the photograph’s changing status over time, while exposing the mechanisms of production and control associated with photography in particular and with the field of art and culture as a whole. I am interested in a specific moment when image touches matter, photography brushes against design and organization becomes meaning. My work revolves around the polarity and the tension between two-dimensionality and three-dimensionality, static and organic, revelation and concealment, between documentation and staging, intervention and neutrality, taste and preconception – between the space captured within the photograph and the actual presence of a photograph in a given space.