Several aspects influenced my artistic visions. So far during my artistic career I have lived and worked in several countries in Europe (including Armenia and Russia), Southeast Asia, the Far East, North and South America, Australia and West Africa. Particularly since my time in the Far East, aspects of Zen, Buddhism and Ma philosophy have had a determining influence on my artistic visions and work. However, my personal problems with mental disorders and hearing problems also have a certain influence on my work. Nevertheless, all of these aspects are an important source for my artistic inspiration and perspectives.
The disciplines I work with include video, photography, performance, installation (land art) and printmaking (linocut and digital). The themes of my work relate to relationships and dialogues in the context of between humans and urban and social environments, identity, transitions and boundaries, time, lost and loneliness. As well as topics on mental disorders and around sexuality and gender issues. Aim is to isolate, catalog, analyze and study these topics or objects in detail. Deepen the context in which they are located, how they differ from one place to another, from neighborhoods or communities. Finally, how they relate to each other and connect with each other. Accordingly, I pay particular attention to the overt, subtle details in the environments we create or inhabit. My interpretations are ultimately embedded experiments through alternating observations and analyzes of our visible and invisible environments and our human behavior.