My body of work sits in the interstices of sculpture, writing and theory. Informed by queer discourses, my practice deals with questions of permeability and malleability. One aspect of my practice is a sculptural experimentation that often draws from techniques used to make props in sci-fi films to represent alienness. Another strategy is taking figures commonly represented as elastic, malleable and slimy, such as slime aliens in sci-fi films, or the octopus, and reconfiguring the political potential of said categories. Science fiction films and literature are crucial to my work, they’re not only a source of inspiration but a raw material I keep coming back to. Apart from making sculpture and writing, I currently organize a research group and have undertaken other curatorial projects, which nurture and help develop my artistic practice.