I primarily work with installation, digital, and bio-art. My practice explores how interactive technological systems can relate to human beings and their sensorial capabilities, behaviors, and communications. I am interested in the complex relationships between 'living' and 'non-living' entities. Normally, our experience of
the world is limited since we are constrained by our biology. However, we accept information as it's presented to us as a full understanding of reality. Through my work, I seek to expand and enhance human perception, combining art and technology, and also investigate how technologies shape 'imperceptible relationships'.