My printing is old-school and very much a bodily process. I move with the paper in a phenomenological experience and dialogue with the naturalmade colours and with time. I use whatever I have around me; coffee, the, beet juice, blueberry, cabbage and sugar are some of the natural remedies I use to make my own colours.
I find a poetry in my prints - a rhythm - feelings, which come from a place of otherness. A fragile and yet powerfull place that will never be tamed, a place of sadness and melancholy but also of wisdom and beauty. They represent the tactility of the psychic place of otherness, a land of the wild and untamed nature we all behold within.