"I am interested in ‘painting’ as an activity, a process and as an abstract notion. My understanding of painting is based on a production of material painting objects but includes notions of space and time, the 3-dimensional world that this activity inhabits, and the durational aspects that are involved in it. Using ‘painting’ as a conjectural prism, I am able to reflect on looking and acting as well as on the spatial, conceptual and social analysis we habitually perform. Through my work I want to engage in the experience of looking and experience of making and where these experiences overlap. I want to devise spatially oriented experiential situations where this overlap can be ‘teased out’. I am constantly developing strategies to investigate and play with these notions and my work has evolved to include large 3-dimensional ‘painting-environments’, text-structures, performative, text, video- and audience involvement based pieces.