The starting point is in the retrieved objects, in the truth and humour of familiar objects that I reverse (through welding or sewing).
Retrieving trivial or manufactured materials (vintage leather, toys, mannequins, textiles, plastic objects) and arranging them in the volumes that I create in order to achieve an ensemble rooted in my own history and that of others.
Reinvesting the production systems traditionally associated with women while linking my practice with the feminine and household creative tradition that surrounded me during my childhood.
Repositioning the associated technical means and approach (sewing basket, sewing machine, crochet) in the process that I follow to create volumes that deploy in the space.
Associating and intuitively assembling materials in an evolving process of consecutive transformations.
Shifting while suggesting critical and playful contradictions in which the disturbing strangeness can show up.
So that what is perceived as familiar, becomes disturbing.