Inspired by the archetypes of the alchemist and the fool, I explore the opposites of knowing and not knowing through intelligent naiveté. I write poems in words, performances and visual art that are an earnest and absurd play between the simpleton-jester-clown and the disciplined practitioner of The Great Work. This work includes geometric drawings, cyanotype prints, paintings, videos and installations. My solo, interactive and group performances focus on the precise execution of pure, raw and improvised play.
In 2017 I was nominated for the Swiss Performance Art Award. My work has been exhibited or performed at institutions such the Schaulager, Kunsthalle Basel and Gessneralle Zurich in Switzerland, the Leopold Museum and Volks Margarethen Theather in Vienna Austria, and at the Third International Visual Festival of Patras Greece.
I am based in Basel Switzerland, where I received my Master in Fine Art from the Basel Art Institute in 2016.

Press Interviews in German or English
Research and Teaching: The Art of the Fool

Selection of Exhibitions and Performances:

Upcoming: Gerðarsafn - Kópavogur Art Museum, Iceland, Blackboard Drawings, Curated by Jón B.K. Ransu (2019). 2017: Kunsthaus Baselland CH, Regionale 18, Being Syntopic, Curated by Ines Goldbach and Poka-Yio. Swiss Performance Art Award Nomination, Gesneralle, Zurich; Foundation Beyeler, Riehen, CH, This You (for Tino Sehgal). 2016: Leopold Museum, Vienna AT, A Moment in Time, Curated by Klaus Biesenbach and Tom Stromberg. Kunsthalle Basel, CH, Every Contact Leaves its Trace, Curated by Chus Martinez and Lysann Konig. Volks Margarethen Theather, Vienna AT, The Great Game. 2015:  filter4, Basel, The Kingdom of Fools, Artistic Director-Curator Dawn Nilo. 2014: Schaulager, Basel CH, Blah Blah Blah, as a part of the Paul Chan exhibit. Museum für Neue Kunst Freiburg, Film Friday, DE. International Visual Festival of Patras Greece, RISK RE-Culture.