The focus of my work is the human being. The mostly naked wooden sculptures are neither the age nor a social position readable.
Additional attributes or objects are largely dispensed with, no reference is made to a particular context or context. The wooden works are made almost exclusively with power saws. The figuration of the human body is thereby combined with the visible traces of the production process. The surface, which is usually left rough, is sometimes reworked with paint and counteracts the destructive process of the power saw. My works do not show a classical aesthetic but rather the powerful, archaic language of the material and its properties as well as the untamed and thus more impressive artistic production process. A process in trial and error, characterized by unpredictability and chance, failure, correction and recomposition.
My works are deliberately kept unemotional and leave the viewer all interpretive possibilities open and can serve as a mirror of feelings, desires and hopes. Man once not in the usual, smooth version, as it oozes out of all channels, but idiosyncratic and bizarre, rugged and oblique to the point of grotesque.