There has been a gradual shift in my art practice which moves away from making large works that has not taken into consideration to the consequences of surroundings beyond the physical and superficial. The shift is a preference for creating works that is engaged with broader spectrum of everyday living. My practice becomes integrated into the daily life of house maintenance and food preparation as well as green-keeping and seasonal activities.
This shift creates difficulties in defining where art-practice and daily life begins and ends. The blurring and merging of these activities are intentional in order to give a harmonious flow into each other.