Looking around with an alienated view is one of the forms I use to approach any content. I mean, I understand that every situation gathers historical and cultural layers that one should constantly display in different orders to avoid any centric or single perspective. This can result in an exercise of continuous reediting, rescripting or reenacting... Such alienation or double viewing is, per se, a researching tool and a practice of disruption.
Thereof, I enjoy to enact as a stranger, foreigner, looking for unfamiliar sets, in order to inflect new imageries, by displacing images, languages or instantaneous forms... Such, are often grasped through embodied experiences. My work emerges from these open relations between (special) effects and affects.