"The absence or presence of the body is equally relevant to me. I think it is important to say here that images/objects are also performative, and their representational instability – in other words, their performativity – tips them over into the physical realm, consequently the body figures as much as the images do. Establishing gesture as an accomplishment of form; finding new strategies of display; alluding to the theatrical without making theatre: these are some of my concerns, so in this light, I would say that I look at a lot of different things, I am quite curious about contemporary dance, in the same way as I am about more historical conceptual works, as well as painting and film and notions surrounding photography and literature; works considered to be feminist have had a great influence on me due to their economy and politics. To me it is a way of exploring new notions of subjectivity and interpretation, and also what that entails politically."
(Source: moussemagazine.it, via blackcontemporaryart)