The series Interactions is an ongoing project that started in 2013. In this series, I work with a wide range of materials and create various objects, which I then photograph. These materials are generally simple and readily available: wood, plaster, Styrofoam, cartons, paper and pieces of different materials I find in the street. Each image I create also gains expression during the printing and framing processes. I often return to explore the basic characteristics of art: perspective, light and shadow, the relationship between two-dimensional and three-dimensional, and the encounter between different materials, colors and textures.
While creating the images, I think about how the image of the house was built, and I examine the norms of representation and try to subvert them. Thus, for me, photography not only serves as a medium, but also as a field of research.