I just was fed up with artworks that lean back on their pedestals, saying, "look at me - maybe I'll tell you something about the world - if I feel like it," and the artist standing by like somebody used to talking to God on the phone.
After all, the world is being produced collectively, across the borders of time and geography as well as across the boundaries of the individual.
I hack into structures of Urban consumption, providing ready-to-go products to survive patriarchy: prosthesis to complete bodies defined as lacking, machines and survival kits for tackling the obstacles of hegemonial culture. I work about Utopian ideas, the future, and alternative concepts for society, infiltrating urban systems and services – from the streets to the internet. My techniques range from surveys to speculative fiction to explore the collective production of culture, interfaces of art and science, and the production and negotiation of public space.